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1/19/06

Texas Secretary Of State Educates Lubbock Voters

Voting in Lubbock just became easier, faster and more secure.

Texas Secretary of State Roger Williams was in Lubbock, Thursday, to kick off a statewide voter education program. It's called "Votexas." During his three-day, nine-city tour, Williams is using a mobile exhibit to prepare voters for the next election by explaining how technology has streamlined the process.

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