Early Voting in Texas Starts Feb. 20 – What To Know Before You Vote

Feb 11, 2018 by

“Early Voting in Texas Starts Feb. 20 – What To Know Before You Vote”

By Donna Garner



First, you need to go to your Texas county’s election website.  My husband and I live in McLennan County; therefore, here is the link to our McLennan County Elections site and the “Sample Ballot” that fits our precinct number (and other precincts that share the same ballot). 






Once you find the precinct number, then you can see the sample ballot that you will see when you vote.




Here are helpful links to various conservative voters’ guides:
























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1.26.18 — “Beware Texas Voters: Updated LGBTQ List Now Contains 48 Candidates” — By Donna Garner – EdViews.orghttp://www.educationviews.org/beware-texas-voters-updated-lgbtq-list-now-contains-48-candidates/


Beware Texas voters!  There is an assault upon our Texas values being organized by the LGBTQ participants, and it is to sneak into elected office and enact their agenda.  Once elected, they are not satisfied to do the job for which they were elected.  They have one aim and one aim alone; and that is to place into every policy their unhealthy, perverse LGBTQ agenda.


We saw this battle unfold with the lesbian mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, and her dishonest efforts to force the LGBTQ agenda into public policy there. Thankfully, courageous Houstonians fought back and were able to uncover and defeat her efforts.


We also saw this same agenda enacted by the LGBTQ/House Speaker Joe Straus/RINO’s in the last legislative session.  Forming a coalition, they managed to block parents’ efforts to make sure boys were kept out of girls’ bathrooms and dressing facilities.


The way to keep this LGBTQ agenda from further dragging our state and nation down the slippery slope of degradation and the destruction of the American family is to make sure these LGBTQ-driven people are not elected to public office.


Let’s be sure to take the updated list of 48 LGBTQ candidates with us to the polls to make sure that we do not inadvertently vote for any of them:  http://www.educationviews.org/beware-texas-voters-updated-lgbtq-list-now-contains-48-candidates/




Early voting — Feb. 20, 2018  – March 2, 2018

Voting by personal appearance – April 23, 2018 – May 1, 2018

General elections – May 6, 2018





2.8.18 – “Everything You Need To Know About Casting a Ballot in the Texas Primary Elections” – by Alex Samuels — Texas Tribunehttps://www.texastribune.org/2018/02/08/texas-primary-elections-everything-you-need-know-about-casting-ballot/


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