Today is the last day to vote early in the primary runoffs!
Date Posted: 5/23/2014 | Author: Jennifer Mitchell, CAE
The May 27 Republican and Democratic party primary runoffs are extremely important for public education stakeholders, and we encourage everyone to vote. But why wait until Tuesday when you can cast your vote today at any approved polling location in your county? Most polls will be open until 7 p.m. tonight. Click here to view a list of legislative and SBOE runoffs in each part of the state along with maps of those districts. You'll also find links to candidates' profile pages, where you can learn more about their stances on public education. For complete details on early voting times and locations, or to find your polling location for election day, May 27, visit VoteTexas.gov. Thank you for being an informed, pro-public education voter!
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