• October 23, 2021

Tags : how do i vote

Teaching to the Sext: How Texas Educators Tackle a NSFW

Texas teachers are finding plenty of lessons for students in the 2016 presidential election, but discussing some of the racier news requires a careful approach. Ronny Risinger directed his students’ attention to the projection screen where an image of former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner posing topless in a mirror appeared next to the headline […]Read More

ACLU of Texas Operates Election Protection Hotline

HOUSTON – Civil rights advocates are keeping a close watch on early voting that began this week in the presidential election to help Texans fully exercise their right to cast a ballot. With higher than usual turnout expected for the election on Nov. 8, the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas has set up a […]Read More

Amid Early Voting rush, Texas sees Voter ID Hiccups

This much is clear after two days of early voting in Texas: Legal wrangling over the state’s voter identification law is stirring confusion at the polls. Amid Texans’ mad dash to polling places this week, the front end of 12 days of voting before Election Day, civil rights groups and some voters are questioning how […]Read More

Election 2016: Early Voting Begins; Info, Links and More

After what seems like years in the making, Borderland residents and their fellow Texans  can finally hit the polls starting Monday to let their voice be heard via early voting. From the $668m dollar bond requested by El Paso ISD to the race for El Paso County Sheriff, voters have much more than just the Presidential Race to decide. […]Read More

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