Vote early and vote informed
Date Posted: 2/17/2014 | Author: Jennifer Mitchell, CAE
Tomorrow marks the beginning of the 10-day early voting period for the March 4 primary election. We encourage you to take advantage of the convenient hours and locations offered through early voting, but you should also make sure you are informed before you head to the polls. Do you know who is on the ballot in your area? Do you know your candidates' views on public education? Visit our 2014 Races page to find your districts and view detailed information on all legislative and State Board of Education (SBOE) candidates. Did you know? Twenty-two legislative races will be decided in the primary elections because no other candidates have filed to run in the November general election. Your vote and your support for public education are critical in the March 4 election!
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