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Date: 9/27/2021
Subject: League of Women Voter's Voter Guides Ready for National Voter Registration Day!
From: Grace Chimene

For Immediate Release
For Information Contact:
Grace Chimene

National Voter Registration Day is September 28th!

The League of Women Voters of Texas's and the Voters Guide Are Ready to Inform Texas Voters!

Austin, TX - National Voter Registration Day is a nonpartisan civic holiday celebrating our democracy. Volunteers and organizations from all over the country, including Leagues across Texas, will “hit the streets” in a single day of coordinated activities to reach tens of thousands of voters.  To find a way to get involved, go to LWVTexas/League Finder and discover how to join the fun with your local League! 

In preparation for the Constitutional Amendment Election on November 2, the League of Women Voters of Texas is releasing their election Voter Guide for Texans prior to early voting. To create the Constitutional Amendment Voters Guide, each ballot proposition was researched and written by League volunteers. We strive to create fair and balanced coverage of the proposed amendments by reviewing enabling legislation, using a variety of resources and reaching out to authors and/or sponsors, supporters and opponents. This invaluable, unbiased educational resource is provided for the Constitutional Amendment election so that Texas voters can participate with confidence in our state government.
"We pride ourselves on holding the Voters Guide to a gold standard of non-partisanship. The League is dedicated to ensuring voters are fully informed with accurate information regarding proposed constitutional amendments, as well as the elections process," said Grace Chimene, President of the League of Women Voters of Texas.


The 2021 Constitutional Amendment Election on November 2nd includes eight proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. The League's Voters Guide  and the online interactive version of the Guide,, provide understandable explanations and arguments for and against each of the proposed amendments. 

The League's Voters Guide can be accessed by Texans several ways:

  • The printed version of the Voters Guide will be available at many libraries and other locations where people gather across Texas, starting in early October,  

  • PDF versions of the Voters Guide in English and Spanish can be viewed online or printed at home is at,

  • Organizations and media may reproduce the Voters Guide, subject to: including a statement of the League’s nonpartisanship; the contents of the constitutional amendments must be included in its entirety without edits; and the League of Women Voters of Texas must be credited for producing the Voters Guide, and

  • Videos in English and Spanish covering the Texas Constitution and each of the proposed amendments can be found on the League’s YouTube channel

The League encourages everyone to share with friends and family so that ALL Texas voters can be INFORMED voters! 

Important Texas Election Dates for 2021 Constitutional Amendment Election

  • Last Day to Register to Vote: Monday, October 4, 2021

  • First Day of Early Voting: Monday, October 18, 2021

  • Last Day for Application for Ballot by Mail to be Received by Election Office: Friday, October 22, 2021

  • Last Day of Early Voting: Friday, October 29, 2021

  • Election Day and Last Day for Vote by Mail Ballot to be Received: Tuesday, November 2, 2021


As we continue to navigate the impact of the pandemic on voting processes and get ready for changes to election and voting laws, the League's online Voters Guide will allow Texas voters to:

  • Check their registration status and ensure all information is up-to-date.

  • Enter their address to see the propositions, races and candidates on their ballot.

  • For local races where there is a local League, find out about candidate forums and compare candidates’ qualifications and responses to questions.  

  • Create a personalized ballot to print out and take to the polls since the use of mobile devices is not allowed in the voting booth.

  • If voting in person during early voting or on Election Day, choose a polling place and time in order to vote safely. 


The League of Women Voters is one of America’s oldest and most trusted civic nonprofit organizations. Formed in 1919, the Texas League represents more than 13,500 grassroots advocates and 34 local Leagues across the state. The League never supports or opposes candidates for office or political parties. The League encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government. The League also seeks to influence public policy through education and advocacy. Membership is open to all people 16 years and older. 

League of Women Voters of Texas
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