Lubbock voters will have many important decisions to make when they go to the polls this November.
There are 16 Constitutional Amendments on the ballot, and many of these will affect Lubbock. Some, such as Proposition 1, which would officially transition Angelo State University to the Texas Tech University System, are directly tied to Lubbock and West Texas.
If you are not registered to vote, you may obtain an application from the county Voter Registrar's office, as well as many libraries and post offices and wherever you renew for your driver's license.
You may also download an informal application from the Secretary of State's Web site (click here). Fill out the form and attach a stamp and mail it by October 9.
If you have moved recently or changed your name, you can update your voter registration on the Secretary of State's Web site, (click here). You will be asked for information found on your Texas Drivers License or ID and your outdated voter registration certificate.
You will receive a voter registration certificate in the mail after the Voter Registrar has processed your voter registration application. When you get it back through the mail, sign and keep it in your wallet so you can take it to the polls with you in November.
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