Debates, endorsements, poll locations—everything you need to know about the 2020 Texas primary elections | Take Action Newsletter

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Vote early in the Texas primary

Be A Texas Voter

Early voting begins Tuesday, February 18 and ends Friday, February 28. Use the resources below to build your ballot. Remember: You can bring paper notes, just not your phone, into the polling station!

Polling locations

Endorsements

More election resources


Fire John Cornyn!

Feb. 18: Senate primary debate (KVUE)

How are the top Democratic U.S. Senate candidates in Texas different? We asked them 11 questions to find out. (Texas Tribune)

Watch interviews with five Democratic candidates running for the U.S. Senate in 2020 (Texas Tribune)


Events

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Tuesday, February 18

First day of early voting!

Senate Primary Debate

6:30 to 8 p.m. on KVUE

KVUE is hosting a debate the U.S. Senate Democratic candidates facing incumbent Republican Sen. John Cornyn in the upcoming election.

Eleven of the 12 Democrats have been confirmed to participate in the debate. The candidates are: Former U.S. Representative Chris Bell, Michael Cooper, Amanda Edwards, Jack Daniel Foster, Annie “Mama” Garcia, Victor Harris, MJ Hegar, Sema Hernandez, Adrian Ocegueda, Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez, and State Sen. Royce West.

Thursday, February 20

Meet Local Candidates Running In Texas’s Primaries At “Civic Farmer’s Market”

6 p.m. at Native Hostel, 807 East 4th Street

Join GoodPolitics, KUT Austin, USTomorrow, the Austin Monitor, and MOVETexas (it’s quite the civic squad) as we get to know the people on our ballot.

RSVP on Eventbrite

Friday, February 21

TX-10 GOTV Postcard Party

6:30 to 8 p.m. at Black Walnut Cafe, 10817 Ranch Rd 2222. Hosted by Indivisible Rosedale Huddle.

Saturday, February 22

Drag Out The Vote

6 p.m. at Highland Lounge, 404 Colorado Street

Come out to see some amazing drag, get registered to vote, help raise funds, and learn more about Drag Out The Vote! This event is co-hosted by Planned Parenthood Texas Votes and MOVE Texas.

RSVP on Ticketbud. All proceeds from this event will benefit Drag Out The Vote’s work to get voters registered and to the polls.

Sunday, February 23

Consumerism and Climate Change Community Workshop

1 p.m. at Travis County Administration Building, 700 Lavaca Street

Join the City’s Office of Sustainability to give your input on consumption patterns in Austin and their consequences related to climate change and social justice.

RSVP on Eventbrite


Congress Critter of the Week: Roger Williams

Rep. Williams doesn’t know how questions work.


Your Moment of Zen

 

 

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