09 Oct VOTE
You may not realize it, but Texas is a battleground state.
Despite what you may have been told, your vote counts. In fact, it counts now more than ever because early polls show the race for Texas as being really close according to the New York Times. Whoever wins Texas is likely to win it all with a whopping 38 electoral votes going to Texas.
Whether you’re a Trump fan looking for another 4 years, a Biden fan that’s fighting for the soul of the nation, or somebody that’s picking the better of two evils, it doesn’t matter. Just vote!
If you vote red, your vote counts. Texas has never been blue. If you vote blue, your vote counts. Texas has never been more blue.
In case you’re not hearing us clearly… Your. Vote. Counts.
Election Day is Less Than a Month Away
This election is expected to shatter previous voter turnout, so make sure you’re a part of history. Here’s what you need to do to make your impact on the future of our country.
Facts matter. Take your opinions, and shove them. For more information on the positions, check vote smart https://justfacts.votesmart.org/
For more information on voter eligibility, check out HCTAX.net at https://www.hctax.net/voter/registration
To find your voter ID and polling place, check out Vote Texas at http://votetexas.gov/
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd.
In-person early voting runs from Tuesday, October 13th through Friday, October 30th.
Go and get your sticker. Post a pic of your voter sticker on IG or FB, and tag us in the post for a one-time discount code to our online store, and it’ll be the biggest discount we’ve ever provided.
If You Can’t Get Out to the Polls, Vote by Mail
- Check out the absentee ballot application and confirm you meet the eligibility requirements for absentee voting.
- Fill out the application 100%.
- Send the request to your local election office. You should request your ballot as far in advance as possible. The last day to request a ballot by mail is (received by) Friday, October 23.
- Once your ballot arrives, read it very carefully and follow the instructions to complete it and return it. Watch out for fine print.
- Your ballot has to be postmarked by Tuesday, November 3, 2020 by 7:00 p.m. and received no later than Wednesday, November 4, 2020 by 5:00 p.m. Texas does not offer ballot status tracking. Contact our state election officials for more info.
Get out. Stand up. Vote.
Beers to you, Houston.