Texas voters can take advantage of early voting before election day on Nov. 3. Beginning today through Friday, Oct. 30, you can vote early at designated sites. If you are registered to vote in Texas, you can look up where you can vote early here. TLU policies also provide time for employees to vote during work hours if needed.
Morgan Klaser, Director for TLU’s Center for Servant Leadership, has been leading on-campus voter registration efforts and is our contact person for questions regarding voting.
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions she receives:
Q: Is TLU a polling place?
A: Yes, conference rooms A/B in the Alumni Student Center will be an on-campus polling place from 7 am to 7 pm on Election Day, Nov. 3, for Guadalupe County registered voters. Health and safety protocols will be in place, in keeping with current TLU policies.
Q: Where can I find nonpartisan information about the candidates?
A: Vote411.org is a nonpartisan, candidate information resource that has well-respected and user-friendly “what’s on your ballot?” information and a voter registration status tool.
Q: What should I bring with me to vote?
A: For more information or answers to frequently asked questions about early voting, voting on Election Day, or what to bring when you vote, click here.