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Listen In, Lubbock: Educating voters ahead of midterm elections

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Weston Davis
Texas Tech Public Media
Early voting for the municipal election continues through May 3 before Election Day on May 7.

We’re coming up on mid-term elections. Voting Day isn’t until Nov. 8, but there is a lot on the ballot this cycle. There is also a lot on Texans’ minds as they head to the polls.

But beyond issues, many people are looking for information on what exactly they’re voting for. The Texas Tribune's María Méndez and KAMC's Ryan Chandler join us to help with voters' homework.

María Méndez, The Texas Tribune
Ryan Chandler, KAMC News

Helpful links:
What issues matter most to you this election? Help us cover Texans’ top concerns. from The Texas Tribune

Here’s how to vote in Texas’ Nov. 8 midterm elections from The Texas Tribune

Comptroller, railroad commissioner, lieutenant governor: What do Texas state officials actually do? from The Texas Tribune

Why does Texas have so many elections, and why do few people vote in them? from The Texas Tribune

Talking Points from KAMC News

Sarah Self-Walbrick is the news director at Texas Tech Public Media, where she leads the news team and focuses on underreported stories in Lubbock. Sarah is a Lubbock native and a three-time graduate of Texas Tech University. She started her career at the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal.
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