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Date: 5/20/2022
Subject: Voting Reminders for the 2022 Primary Runoff Election
From: Grace Chimene

Dear ~~first_name~~,

Early voting in the Primary Runoff Election ends today, May 20th, and Election Day is on May 24th! Please share the attached press release about the Primary Runoff Election, Election Protection, and with your friends and networks. Be sure to invite friends, family, co-workers, and even acquaintances to vote and to use our Voters Guides to help them be informed voters.

Happy voting!

Grace Chimene
President, League of Women Voters of Texas

League of Women Voters of Texas
Today is the Last Day to Vote Early in the 2022 Primary Runoff Election!

Austin, TX - Friday, May 20th is the last chance for Texans to vote early in the 2022 Primary Runoff Election. Election Day is Tuesday, May 24th, which is also the last day for Vote by Mail ballots to be received at election offices.

The League of Women Voters of Texas encourages Texans to use to get the trusted, unbiased information they need for this primary runoff election and to share it with friends and family so that ALL Texas voters can be INFORMED voters! A printable PDF version of the Voters Guide can be found on their website at

The League wants to remind voters that their partners at Election Protection are ready to help voters who face obstacles to voting. Please contact them if you are experiencing voter harassment or other illegal barriers to voting! They can be reached at, or through the Election Protection Voter Hotlines:

English: 866-OUR-VOTE or 866-687-8683
Spanish: 888-Ve-Y-Vota or 888- 839-8682
Asian: 888-API-VOTE or 888-274-8683
Arabic: 844-YALLA-US or 844-925-5287
Disability Rights TX: 888-796-VOTE or 888-796-8683

“The League of Women Voters wants to stress to Texans how important these runoff elections are. Many districts are dominated by one party, so these runoff elections determine who will likely win these races in the November General Election. We strongly encourage voters to use or the League website at to get information on candidates so they can vote with knowledge and confidence!" said Grace Chimene, President of the League of Women Voters of Texas.

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 people 16 years and older. 

League of Women Voters of Texas

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