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Christina Adkins of the Texas Secretary of State Elections Division outlines essential election season tips.
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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 a Facebook Live conversation with AARP Texas Director Tina Tran, Alexa Schoeman of the Texas Office of the Long-term Care Ombudsman discusses how to register and cast your ballot in a long-term care facility in Texas.
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AARP Texas wants older residents to be aware of their voting options, as well as important dates and deadlines, so they can exercise their right to vote while minimizing their risks of exposure to COVID-19.
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Older voters can vote absentee and everyone can vote early in person
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AARP is proud to be nonpartisan, neither supporting nor opposing political candidates or political parties at any level of government. AARP also has a long history of advocating for voting rights. In fact, older folks are historically the most likely to register and vote.
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Election Day 2018 is almost here. It’s an exciting time, and we at AARP want to help you feel ready to exercise your right to vote here in Texas. By voting, you can be the difference for your community, state and country.
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