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Texas Students Are Counting on You

It’s simple. Voting is not only your right; it’s your responsibility. As a registered voter, you are an active part of the democratic process, electing the people who will give you a voice on the local, state, and national levels.

So, how do you make sure your voice counts?

1. Vote in every election.

2. Spread the word.

Encourage everyone you know—your family, friends, co-workers, neighbors—to vote. Let them know that you take your responsibility as a voter seriously and they should too.

Not sure what to say? Share the video and graphics below on your social media channels

I'm Not Old Enough video (English)

(Shareable link to video: https://player.vimeo.com/video/247003664)

I'm Not Old Enough video (Spanish)

(Shareable link to video: https://player.vimeo.com/video/247392328)

Stand Up and Vote video

(Shareable link to video: https://player.vimeo.com/video/246860490)

Social Media Graphics

To share these graphics:

  1. Click the image. The full-size image will open in a new window.
  2. Right-click and save the full-size image to your computer or device.
  3. Upload the image to your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram account.
I'm not old enough to vote, I'm just a kid, register to vote Texas I'm not old enough to vote in school bond elections, register to vote Texas
Kids like me count on you to make my school the best it can be, Register to vote Texas I'm not old enough to debate vouchers, testing, or funding, Register to vote Texas
My future depends on voters like you, Register to vote Texas I'm not old enough to serve on a school board, Register to vote Texas
I'm counting on you, Register to vote Texas Your vote has the power to help 5 million children, Register to vote Texas

















Election resources for school districts

Learn more about election procedures and advocacy in the TASB School Law eSource.

The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) does not endorse or oppose any candidate for office.

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