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Public education has never been more important to our local communities and state. Texas’ future success depends on how well we educate students today. It is crucial to elect leaders in 2020 who support investing in the 5 million+ public school students who will become the future of Texas.
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November 3 General Election:

October 5 — Last day to register to vote
October 23 — Vote by mail application due
October 13-30 — Early Voting
November 3, 7am-7pm — Election Day

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Public Education Is Always on the Ballot

Public schools are at the center of our democracy. They are where we learn about how our government works, and the meaning of civic duty and responsibility are taught. Now that early voting has begun in Texas, there is no better way for Texans to show their support for democracy than by voting for candidates who support Texas public schools.

For The Future student postcard design contest

In the spirit of election season, the Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation invited Texas public school students to participate in the For The Future student postcard design contest. Participating students designed a piece of mail encouraging people to vote. Check out the entries and vote for your favorite!

Be Informed

These events were presented by the Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation and focused exclusively on public education issues and on candidates for the Texas Legislature, which plays a huge role in shaping the requirements and resources of every public school in Texas. All candidates on the ballot were invited to participate, and no candidate was endorsed.

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