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Have A Question About How The Election Will Work During The Pandemic? Ask Our Texas Decides Project.

Texas did not expand mail-in voting during the pandemic, so local election officials are looking for safe places for voters to cast ballots in November.
Texas did not expand mail-in voting during the pandemic, so local election officials are looking for safe places for voters to cast ballots in November.

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No one has seen an election like 2020's in a long time. 

This year's primaries were a kind of rehearsal for the general election. We can expect far more voters to cast ballots for the Nov. 3 election in Texas, and the people who run elections are making plans for how to keep voters safe during the pandemic. 

Do you have questions about how it will all work? Maybe you want to know how to protect yourself at the polls, or what your options are outside of traditional in-person voting. Or, maybe you're wondering how votes are counted.

Ask your question in the form below. We'll contact you if we can answer your question!_

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Matt has been a reporter at KUT off and on since 2006. He came to Austin from Boston, then went back for a while--but couldn't stand to be away--so he came back to Austin. Matt grew up in Maine (but hates lobster), and while it might sound hard to believe, he thinks Maine and Texas are remarkably similar.