VOTE FOR OUR LIVES
USE YOUR VOICE. IT TAKES LESS THAN 2 MINUTES TO VOTE
These local US Congressional Representatives voted NO on H.R.8, the bipartisan universal background check bill:
CD 02: Rep. Daniel Crenshaw
CD 08: Rep. Kevin Brady
CD 10: Rep. Michael McCaul
CD 14: Rep. Randy Weber
CD 22: Rep. Pete Olson
CD 36: Rep. Brian Babin
97% of Americans support universal background-checks (Via Poll.Qu.Edu).
Ask yourself next time you go to vote, is your representative really representing their people?
VOTER REQUIREMENTS IN TEXAS
Be a United States citizen
Be a resident of the county where you submit your application
Be at least 17 years and 10 months old, and be 18 years of age on Election day
Not have been convicted of a felony (you may be eligible to vote if you have completed your sentence, probation, and parole)
Not have been declared by a court as totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapcitated without the right to vote
HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN TEXAS:
Texas does NOT offer online voter registration. You must physically fill out and send in a form. Here are the different ways to do so:
PRINT OUT AN ONLINE APPLICATION
Fill out THIS voter registration online, print it, sign it, and MAIL it to the voter registrar in your county of residence.
Remember, you are not registered until you have physically mailed it to your voter registrar and they have received your form, find your county’s Voter Registrar’s Office is by clicking THIS link. Your County’s Voter Registrar will process your application, and your registration becomes effective 30 days after it is submitted and accepted.
REQUEST A POSTAGE-PAID APPLICATION
You may request a postage-paid application from your voter registrar, by filling out THIS form so that a voter registration application can be mailed to you.
Again, you must mail the voter registration application to the voter registrar in your county of residence, find your county’s Voter Registrar’s Office is by clicking THIS link.
PICK UP AN APPLICATION
Voter registration applications are also available at many post offices, libraries, Texas Department of Public Safety offices, and Texas Health and Human Services Commission offices throughout the state. Make sure to call and find out if that location has voter applications before heading out!
I WANT TO REGISTER
HEAD TO YOUR REGISTRAR'S OFFICE
Register in person by going to your local county's Voter Registrar's Office. Find out where your county’s Voter Registrar’s Office is by clicking THIS link.
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