Sunday, March 04, 2018
You'll Have To Wait Until Tuesday To Vote In The Texas Primary
And Texas Democrats are feeling giddy as that day approaches. There were according to the Texas Secretary of State's office 885, 574 Texans in the Lone Star State's 15 largest counties who participated in early voting either by mail or in person. That smashed the record for a non presidential election cycle.
The increase in Democratic turnout is fueling hopes that this may translate to a blue Democratic wave of voting in November.
The early voting numbers would probably be even higher if the Republicans hadn't cut out the last weekend of early voting before Election Day.
Here's are my TransGriot endorsements to help you out along with the endorsements of other organizations like the Houston GLBT Caucus, to help you cast an informed Democratic primary vote.
I'm not a fan of the Republican Party in large part because of the rabod transphobia, anti-woman attitudes and anti-Blackness , and that's why I don't do endorsements for GOP candidates.
These elections will determine who is on the ballot for you to vote for this fall. so go handle your business. Make sure you have the YELLOW texas voter registration card with you along with some ID when you go to your regular precinct location to cast your ballot
Polls open at 7 AM and close at 7 PM If you are in line at 7 PM to vote, DO NOT get out of line. The polling place must stay open until all persons in line have cast their ballots.
Good luck to all my endorsed candidates, and hope you make it to the November ballot.