We’ve compiled a list of nonpartisan resources to help you become a more informed voter. These resources include voter registration and candidate information as well as information specific to educators. The July 2020 Primary Runoff Election will be held July 14. The last day to register to vote is June 15. Early voting begins June 29 and ends July 10.
Below are general voting resources that will answer questions like, “Am I registered to vote?” or “What candidates are running for office?” Find out all the basics for the July 14, 2020 Primary Runoff Election:
- Am I registered? (last day to register to vote is June 15, 2020)
- What should I know about voting in Texas?
- What’s on the ballot?
- Where can I find information about voting in my county?
Voter guides aim to educate the public on candidates and ballot measures. These guides provide personalized ballots based on your home address and will give you information such as a candidate’s position on issues or their education and professional experience.
Teacher voices need to be heard! Learn more about the election, the candidates and what you can do as an educator.
There are many nonpartisan resources available online – from general voting information to fact-checking websites.