What You Need to Know For Election Day

Tuesday is the November 5 election statewide. However, for Lubbock residents inside City Council district #1, Tuesday is also the special recall election of Victor Hernandez.
LUBBOCK, TX – Tuesday is the November 5 election statewide.  However, for Lubbock residents inside City Council district #1, Tuesday is also the special recall election of Victor Hernandez. 

For all other voters in Lubbock County there are nine proposed state constitutional amendments.  The Lubbock League of Women Voters has put together a guide to explain each prop: http://lwvlubbock.org/files/2013cavg_english_final_pdf.pdf

The election will be with voting centers.  In other words, voters are not restricted to assigned precincts.  Instead, voters may chose from a list of voting locations.

Lubbock County has provided a list of voting centers: http://www.votelubbock.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/ED-Locations_Nov-5-2013.pdf

It has been well publicized that this is the first election in Lubbock County that required a photo ID to vote.  The ID must be current or expired for less than 60 days.

Acceptable ID’s include a driver’s license, concealed handgun license, election identification certificate, United States government photo ID, passport, military identification card or a citizenship certificate or naturalization certificate with photograph.


Page: [[$index + 1]]
comments powered by Disqus

Most Recent Local News