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 It’s Election Season!


2014 VOTERS GUIDE: GENERAL ELECTION EDITION

 

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The President's Diary

October’s Message

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Upcoming Events

  1. Early Voting Ends

    October 31
  2. Election Day

    November 4

CONVERSATIONS WITH THE CANDIDATES

 

Reda & Durrel

We invite you to view Conversations with the Candidates, a series of interviews originally telecast live from the studios of Houston MediaSource TV.

All ballot candidates for each selected position were invited to appear; we divided each one-hour telecast among those candidates who accepted our invitation. LWV-Houston officials Reda Hicks and Durrel Douglas guided a cordial conversation with each candidate, exploring his or her background, policies and plans for governance.

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2014 Handy Dandy Guide

 

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Our Handy Dandy Guides are your quick-reference resource for information on the election process, including don’t-miss deadline dates.

They’re free for everyone to download in English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

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 PHOTO VOTER ID

 

All Texas Voters who cast their ballots in person, either during the Early Voting Period (October 20 through October 31) or on Election Day (November 4), will be required to present one of these seven specific forms of Photo identification listed on the right.

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*Texas drivers license, issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety, unexpired or expired less than 60 days

*Texas personal identification card, issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety, unexpired or expired less than 60 days

*Texas concealed handgun license, issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety, unexpired or expired less than 60 days

*Texas election identification Certificate, issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety, unexpired or expired less than 60 days

*U.S. military identification card containing the voter’s photograph, unexpired or expired less than 60 days

*U.S. passport, unexpired or expired less than 60 days

*U.S. naturalization certificate containing the voter’s photograph

Election Day: 11. 04. 2014

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Early Voting

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Visit: Early Voting Locations for information