Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Vote Early, Vote Often

Well, not really. But vote nonetheless!

It's Primary Day here in the grand state of Texas! This is the day when your vote counts the most, as voter turnout in primary elections is historically MUCH lower than in normal elections. As a result, each primary vote often counts like anywhere from 12 to 40 votes in a November election. And this is the time that we actually get to make an impact on which candidates will be presented to the voters during the regular election.

If you are still not sure for whom to cast your ballot, check out a few of these links:
  • The Patrick Factor — my recent post about the Texas Senate District 7 race
  • CLOUT Texas — Republican primary endorsements from Citizens Lowering Our Unfair Taxes
  • The Link Letter — candidate interviews, profiles and endorsements by local conservative radio host Terry Lowry
  • Paul Bettencourt — the Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector's endorsement of Jacqueline Lucci Smith
To find out where to vote today, visit the Harris Votes! web site and select which primary you plan to participate in.

1 Comments:

Blogger Songbird said...

Great job for your first time blogging. See, I told you it was both fun and easy! Thanks for filling in! :->

3/08/2006 3:35 PM  

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