2019 Municipal elections need your voice
There are elections happening all over the state and we have the power to shape the future of Texas by showing up to vote in local elections. Municipal elections have notoriously low turnout—so your vote is going to be critical.
With school boards and city council races on the ballot, the future of our communities is up for grabs. The issues that matter most to our friends and neighbors are decided by the folks we elect in these May elections. Let’s show up for our community on election day.
Early voting in these races runs April 22-April 30 and then election day is May 4. Just bring yourself and a valid ID! Sign your name now and commit to being a voter.
Need more information to be election day ready? Read up here.
- Answer all your election questions with Go Vote Texas
- 10 things to know at the polls
- The early bird gets the vote
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