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"The systems of oppression that have perpetuated the myth of white supremacy in our country must be dismantled if we are ever to become the nation we pledge to be—indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

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The Texas Supreme Court ruled voters must assess their health and determine if the meet the state's definition [of disabilities], which could allow them to vote by mail.

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Vote Center Locations for Early Voting and Election Day 2020 July Primary Runoff 

Early Voting Hours: June 29, 2020 – July 10, 2020 

Please vote by mail
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The League strongly encourages all voters eligible to vote by mail to apply for a mail-in ballot rather than waiting.  The elections office will likely be handli



The Coronavirus Reshapes Hays County Elections

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The League of Women Voters of Texas stands with the mourners and protesters across the the US (and around the world) who were horrified by the death of yet another African American at the hands of a police officer.
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I am thankful that April showers bring May flowers!
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Austin, TX - The League of Women Voters of Texas conducted its 
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The League of Women Voters of Texas Celebrates Victory In Mail-In Ballot Case.  Judge rules COVID-19 counts as a “disability” reason for needing a mail-in ballot.

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AUSTIN – Thursday April 2, 2020, the League of Women Voters of Texas and the League of Women Voters of Austin Area requested to join as intervenors in a lawsuit arguing that Texas law expressly permits expanded vote by mail options due to