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November 6, 2016 General Election Guides
March 1, 2016 Primary Election Voter Guides
Cast an informed vote in the Primary Election. Here are Candidates' answers on issues that affect you:
"The language of the Texas Constitutional Amendments often obscures as much as clarifies the action the Amendment represents to the state. The LWV-TEF (Texas Education Fund) Voters Guide is a tremendous service to our communities across the state for its clear, straightforward language explaining what these amendments will mean to Texans." Elaine Wiant, President, League of Women Voters of Texas
Early voting starts 10/19/15; List of dates and locations on Page 5, October Voter
2014 LWV-CC Nov 4 LOCAL Voters Guide
State and National Nov 4 General Election Voters
State and National Nov 4 Voters Guide in Spanish March 4 Primary. VIEW the LWV-CC March 4 Candidates Forum on YouTube. READ the LWV-CC Primary Local Voters Guide. Primary State Voters Guides English and Spanish For a listing of candidates who have filed to run for a state or county office in Nueces County go to https://webservices.sos.state.tx.us/candidate-filing/cf-report.aspx>
2013 Constitutional Amendment 2013 Voters Guide.
2012 General Election Voters Guide forNovember 6, 2012
LWV-CC Voters Guide - Local CandidatesUpdated Online Voters Guide October 16, 2012 After the LWV-TX print deadline, a number of candidates added responses to VOTE411 including Governor Romney, President Obama, and eight state and regional candidates. We have updated the LWV-TX online Voters Guide to include all candidates with responses in VOTE411 by 12 p.m. on October 12. None of the additional candidates provided responses in Spanish, so only the English Voters Guide has been updated. The LWV-TX Updated Online Voters Guide is now posted to http://www.lwvtexas.org and is available here.
State Voters Guide - English
Guía de Votantes - Español
Candidates can still enter responses in VOTE411 or revise previous responses. We are advising voters to "See http://www.VOTE411.org for subsequent responses, additional candidate information, and additional candidates in your area."
New technology brings new issues. We thought it important to update the online Voters Guide for this election but don't anticipate doing so in future years.
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