In Austin, Dallas and San Antonio where I visited last week, election officials are taking a professional approach to training their poll workers and their staff in preparation for early voting and Election Day.
Now is the time to start thinking about how and when you’ll vote. In addition to getting ready to vote as you have in years past, voters in many states may also need to show voter identification in order to cast a ballot.
Election Day is less than a month away and Leagues across the county continue to educate and engage citizens. This task has become more difficult as numerous states have passed laws making it more difficult to register, vote and have that vote count. Take a look at what is happening in a few key states.
The Local Arrangements Committee of the 2014 National Convention has been hard at work for almost one year to make our upcoming National Convention in Dallas a success. As the host League, the League of Women Voters of Dallas is leading the way.
I'm the mother of two small children, and while my children are too small to understand the issues on the ballot or being discussed in the government meetings we attend, I am teaching them everyday lessons they can carry with them.