Texas Voter Resources

On Nov. 7, Texans will vote on a variety of constitutional amendments. Although the proposed amendments don’t specifically concern public education, many Texas voters will also be considering local ballot propositions, including school bonds. ATPE encourages you to research the issues and exercise your right to vote in all elections.

Check out VoteTexas.gov to see what issues will be on your ballot. Early voting runs from Monday, Oct. 23, through Friday, Nov. 3.

Primary elections are right around the corner, and now is a great time to make sure you’re registered to vote. Have you moved recently? Check to see if you’re registered at your new address. Are your friends and colleagues registered? Encourage them to check as well.

For more details on how ATPE supports Texas educators at the legislature, see our blog at TeachTheVote.org. For real-time updates from our lobby team, follow @teachthevote on Twitter.

Not an ATPE member? Join today to fight for Texas public education. We’re 100,000 strong. Will you add your voice?

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