Registering Voters is Critical to Victory in 2020!
Are your friends and family all registered to vote? Here are several easy ways to get a voter registration card into their hands so they can get to the polls!
Have your family members, friends, or neighbor text “TXVOTE” to 72000 and they will be quickly and easily led through the process to receive a voter registration card right to their home. Follow up with them personally to make sure they mail in their card. We will follow up with the Secretary of State’s office to make sure their registration was successful.
Feel free to distribute “Are you a Texan who is not yet registered to vote? Just text ‘txvote’ to 72000 and we’ll help you get set up.” (or some similar message) as much as you’d like – in your email signature, on your business card, on flyers, and anywhere else that you can spread the word.
BECOME A DEPUTY VOTER REGISTRAR
Check with your county’s Tax Assessor-Collector’s office or web site to find a deputy voter registrar training session near you. Completing that training authorizes you to collect completed registration cards from new voters. Once you become deputized, work with others in your area to organize voter registration drives at your church, in your neighborhood, or in coordination with a community event.
OFFER THE TEXASGOP LINK
You can distribute the link to our web page at texasgop.org/register-vote. If they fill in the form there we’ll help them get signed up and follow up with the Secretary of State office to make sure it worked correctly.
That link is a good alternative to use in your email signature with a message like: “Are you a Texan who is not yet registered to vote? Just complete the form at texasgop.org/register-vote and we’ll help you get set up.” Again, feel free to spread that as much as you’d like – in your email signature, on flyers, and anywhere else that you can spread the word.
Let’s Grow Our Republican Base Together for Victory in 2020!
Complete this form and you’ll be sent a voter registration form and we’ll follow up with the Secretary of State’s office to make sure your registration happens flawlessly: