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Christina Adkins of the Texas Secretary of State Elections Division outlines essential election season tips.
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It's easy to safely vote from home during the coronavirus pandemic
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New rules make mail-in voting easier during the coronavirus pandemic
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Now any voter can get a mail-in ballot and safely cast a vote from home
Make sure you voice is heard
Free Small Business Voter Engagement Toolkit available now for small business owners to support their employees as they vote in the 2020 election.
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Voters will see a new paper ballot system — and the possibility of more change
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AARP Texas Statement On Move To Limit Drop-Off Ballot Boxes
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As a voter in Texas, there’s much to consider in the run-up to the general election, and here are answers to some of the question Texans may have about what steps to take before casting ballots.
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In the upcoming General Election, Virginians will vote for President, U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. Whether you are voting early in person, voting absentee, or voting on Election Day, there are five questions your candidates should answer before you cast your ballot:
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This fall, candidates are taking to the virtual debate stage to talk about critical issues facing our state and country. Debates are more fun to watch with friends – host a virtual debate watch party!
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