Assuming, that you and are eligible to vote and have not voted, you have one last opportunity to vote in the 2018 Texas Democratic Primary Elections; tomorrow March 6.
It is not wise to say, “my vote does not or will not count.” Not true, particularly, in the local Dallas County races, your vote will count. The margins are slim, and candidates can be elected or re-elected based on the difference of a few hundred votes.
I am keenly aware that there are state-wide elections for the U.S. Senate, all 36 of the state’s seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, Texas Governor and Texas Lieutenant Governor, and Texas Attorney General. As you are voting you will designate your choices in those races.
At this time, I am simply encouraging you to Let Your Voice be Heard– my desire is not to-nor attempt to -tell you who to vote for.
There are good people running for office and needing your vote, to be elected and re-elected to various judicial positions in the Dallas County Family Courts and Dallas County Criminal District Courts. And of course, we must elect a new Dallas County Sheriff and District Attorney.
Your vote will count, and you can help elect good and worthy women and men who will stand up and most importantly do the right things that will positively impact your quality of life- politically.
However, since early voting has ended; remember you must vote in your designated precinct on Election Day March 6, 2018 polls are open 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Specific precinct election locations for Election Day will be posted at the Dallas County Elections Department website. http://www.dallascountyvotes.org/