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H-P Election Center: VOTE2018 – Ballot for El Paso County, Statewide Races

It’s Election Day in the State of Texas from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.!

The interactive Primary Ballot above is courtesy The Texas Tribune, to see where you can vote click -> – Election Day Polling Places

Sample Ballots

Democratic Party
Republican Party

Accessible Sample Ballot (This site allows you to mark your sample ballot online and print it for your own reference)

H-P Election Center: VOTE 2017- Info+Links for November 2017 Election

November 2017 Constitutional Amendments and Uniform Election

Early voting period will be from Monday, October 23, 2017 through Friday, November 3, 2017.  Election Day will be Tuesday, November 7, 2017 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Early Voting Stations

Mobile Voting Stations

Election Day Polling Places

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Sample Ballots

Accessible Sample Ballot (This site allows you to mark your sample ballot online and print it for your own reference)
State Constitutional Amendments
City of Horizon
City of Socorro
Socorro ISD
Village of Vinton

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Youth Advisory Committee Launches Voter Guide for May Elections

The Senate District 29 Youth Advisory Committee (YAC), with the support of  State Sen. José Rodríguez, launched a nonpartisan voter guide for the May 2017 Uniform Elections today, the first day of early voting.

“Voter turnout in El Paso is well below average for all elections, and even more so for local elections. In fact, in 2015, 10 percent of eligible voters cast ballots,” Sen. Rodríguez said. “If we can educate young adults on the importance of voting, we will increase voter turnout while building the foundation for future civic engagement.”

The goal is to educate members and voters in the community on local election candidates and promote informed voting habits.

The voter guide contains information about mayoral candidates, brief introductions to mayoral, city council, and school board member responsibilities, local issues, and links to voting resources. YAC members brainstormed candidate questions based on the issues that are important to them.

The voter guide is available in a print and PDF format and will be distributed around the community.

The Senate District 29 YAC is an all-inclusive, nonpartisan organization that empowers youth through legislation, education and civic engagement. Past projects of the YAC include the Student Voter Initiative (SVI), a nonpartisan voter education program for high school seniors that has registered over 7,000 students to vote in Senate District 29.

Their next meeting is at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 20th at the District Office of State Senator José Rodríguez at 100 North Ochoa St. Suite A.

Click to download candidate guide pdf

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