Election Update from the Texas Educators Vote coalition
Date Posted: 11/01/2017
Early voting for the November 7th election ends this Friday, November 3rd.
Don't wait! Vote today!
It's easy to be an educated and informed voter.
- Build your own personal ballot at www.vote411.org.
- Learn about the seven constitutional amendments on the statewide ballot here.
Creating a culture of voting takes practice, but unlike eating all that Halloween candy, it has positive lasting benefits!
By modeling civic engagement for students, we can elect pro-public education leaders AND create good citizens who will become tomorrow's leaders!
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If all Texas educators vote, we can get the leadership our students deserve!
From Laura Yeager with Texas Educators Vote
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