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Listen In, Lubbock: The 2022 street bond election

Road bond sign 2022
Sarah Self-Walbrick
Texas Tech Public Media
Campaign signs outside of the Lubbock County Elections Office at 1308 Crickets Ave. Early voting continues through Nov. 4 before Election Day on Nov. 8.

Lubbockites are once again voting on a bond package to improve city streets. The $200 million would fund work that’s needed on 22 miles of roads. Alex Driggars from the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and Ryan Chandler of KAMC News, as well as host Sarah Self-Walbrick, have been covering this effort for over a year now. They’re sharing everything they know on the topic.

Ryan Chandler, KAMC News
Alex Driggars, The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Helpful links:

What you should know about Lubbock's road bond election from Texas Tech Public Media

Everything you need to know about the Lubbock road bond from KAMC News

Lubbock organizations, PAC call to pass $200M road bond proposition from The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

2022 Street Bond Election from The City of Lubbock

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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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