Texas Voter Resources: Research candidates, find where to vote

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We’ve compiled a links roundup for voters preparing to head to the polls. And be sure and join us on Twitter -- @texaswatchdog -- and Facebook tomorrow evening as we follow the news and results from Election Day.

Harris County:
Candidate lists by political party: Democratic and Republican.
View candidates’ campaign finance info.
Find polling place and create a personal sample ballot or view a countywide sample ballot.

Dallas County:
Candidate lists by political party: Democratic and Republican.
View candidates’ campaign finance info.
Create a personal sample ballot and look up polling place.

Travis County:
Candidate lists by political party: Republican. (The Travis County Democratic Party hasn't posted an updated November list.)
View candidates’ campaign finance info.
View polling places. Travis County residents may vote at any polling place in the county.
View ballots: Presidential/general election and Central Health/cities and other government districts

More Campaign Finance:
State: Texas Ethics Commission and FollowtheMoney.org.
Federal: Federal Election Commission and OpenSecrets.org.

On Election Day, users of the Foursquare app can use its I Voted feature to see what’s on their ballot, find their polling place, and let others know that they’ve voted.

Google’s Voter Information Tool:

 

 

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