Early Voting is upon us and Texas voters can now weigh in on potential changes to the state’s Constitution. With 8 amendments on the ballot including eligibility requirements for judges, religious services, county infrastructure, and more here is what you need to know ahead of early voting! Election day is Nov. 2, and early voting lasts until Oct. 29. You can be part of Early Voting in three simple steps:
1. Vote early or drop off your mail-in ballot (click here to see Who, What, Where, When, How)
2. Take a photo of voting early, or better yet bring a friend to vote and ask them to take a photo.
3. Post your photo on social media, tagging @JoltAction and using the hashtags #JoltTheVote y #TuVotoCuenta
4. View the propositions you’ll be voting on below.
Facil. You’ve used your voz and inspired your local community to vote. We’ll be sharing the best photos from our Jolt Familia and hope to include you!
Ok, let’s be real. Most people don’t even have their local elections on their radar – which is too bad because these elections are the ones that most impact our daily lives. By voting early and sharing your photo, you help others realize that every year is an election year somewhere.
Check out your Texas’ options to vote early, find your polling place, and get more voter information below:
Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. I can’t wait to see your posts!
Happy (early) voting,