3 things you may not know about the Texas primaries

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02/24/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Friday will be the last day to vote early in the March 1 primary elections. These races determine who will be on the ballot during the November general election.

There’s more than one race on the ballot
The presidential primaries aren’t the only races on your ballot—you’ll also see candidates for several statewide offices. You may have local races to vote on, too. 

You can early vote anywhere in your county
You don’t have to vote in your precinct during early voting. Visit votetexas.gov to find early-voting locations near you.   

TAR has been involved from the start
Texas REALTORS® understand the importance of electing REALTOR® advocates, so local associations conduct interviews early in election season to determine which candidates support private-property rights and real estate-related interests. Those interviews form the basis for which candidates TAR supports in the election. See the TAR-supported candidates on your ballot at texasrealtorssupport.com.

Categories: Governmental Affairs
Tags: governmental affairs, legislative issues, elections, vote


Comments

Christine J. Paul on 03/08/2016

This bulletin posted today, March 8 is too late for Texas Primaries and there was just confusing clutter.  We already had all this info including the TAR Resolution, March 1st.


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