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AgTrip
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Where's the best place to get information on candidates for the local elections? I want to be more informed about where they stand on issues.
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http://www.brazosvotes.org/ has a sample ballot with all candidates, propositions, etc.

I've heard a few announcements on radio about the Chamber of Commerce candidates forum next week:
http://business.bcschamber.org/events/details/local-candidates-forum-february-2018-1364
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I want to know who is paying for the robocall polling so I can vote against them.
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egret said:

http://www.brazosvotes.org/ has a sample ballot with all candidates, propositions, etc.

I've heard a few announcements on radio about the Chamber of Commerce candidates forum next week:
http://business.bcschamber.org/events/details/local-candidates-forum-february-2018-1364


I followed that link to see that Larry Kilgore is on the Republican primary ballot again for governor. Apparently he has also changed his name to SECEDE Kilgore. In all caps, no less.
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On the Brazos Votes website when you click on information about the election you get a page not found error.

The sample ballot for Republican has some weird stuff on it. Like "Do you think abortion should be abolished in Texas?". So if the majority votes yes what happens? It isn't like this is a law, it is almost like they are using it as a public opinion survey tool.
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KidDoc said:

On the Brazos Votes website when you click on information about the election you get a page not found error.

The sample ballot for Republican has some weird stuff on it. Like "Do you think abortion should be abolished in Texas?". So if the majority votes yes what happens? It isn't like this is a law, it is almost like they are using it as a public opinion survey tool.
That's all it is: a chance for voters to express their concerns through a ballot. That said, these opinions will be used to initiate and support legislation in the 2019 session.
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