Early voting begins Monday, October 24th and Lubbock County still needs 30 bilingual workers to help with the election. If you can help, call the elections office at 775-1339.
This is the first time the county will be using electronic voting machines. Audio headsets will be provided for people who can't read or hear. "These machines will allow any body with any type of disability to go ahead and vote for some, for the very first time with privacy and independence," says Elections Administrator Dorothy Kennedy.
There aren't any names on the November ballot since it's a constitutional amendment election. You'll be asked to help define things like marriage, debt and loan interest.
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