Learn more about Patrick and Van de Putte
Date Posted: 7/28/2014 | Author: Jennifer Mitchell, CAE
Election Day is now only 100 days away. Many important races will be decided on Nov. 4, including high-profile statewide contests for Texas governor and lieutenant governor. Be an informed voter by learning about the candidates' viewpoints on public education. Teach the Vote makes it easy by providing you with background information, voting records, candidates' survey responses and additional research compiled by ATPE staff. Visit our Take Action: Resources page to view new profiles of the Republican and Democratic nominees for lieutenant governor, Dan Patrick and Leticia Van de Putte. Profiles of the gubernatorial nominees will be provided soon. Find profiles of all candidates for the Texas Legislature and State Board of Education on our 2014 Races search page.
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