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Election Day is tomorrow! Have you voted yet?
By LUPE, March 3, 2014
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Have you voted yet? Tomorrow, Tuesday March 4th, is your last chance to vote!

LUPE leaders pose with signs representing the total number of commitments to vote for colonias LUPE collected during the March primaries. Together with two other organizations, 1,483 commitments to vote for colonias were collected.

LUPE leaders pose with signs representing the number of commitments to vote for colonias LUPE collected during the March primaries. Together with two other organizations, 1,483 commitments total were collected.

At least two County races are likely to come down to just five hundred to one thousand voters who decide who wins and who loses their bid in the March 4th primary elections. Close to fifteen hundred voters have joined the Mi Voto Mi Voz campaign and declared their support for colonias issues. Due to the 500-1000 likely winning margin for these races, the Mi Voto Mi Voz campaign voters can tip the election towards any candidate that supports colonia issues. When these voters cast their vote for colonias this March 4th, county elected officials and candidates for county positions will no doubt take note.

Have you made your plan to vote tomorrow? It's helpful to make a plan to vote. We're more likely to follow through with the commitments we've made plans to complete. Will you go before work? After getting out of class? Do you know where you'll go vote?

On Election Day, you have to vote in your precinct's polling place. Check out http://www.aactnow.org/ to find your Election Day polling location and then make your plan to vote tomorrow!


La Unión del Pueblo Entero (LUPE) is a community organization based in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. More posts

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