Early voters can go to any location without worrying about the precinct, and the lines may be shorter than they will be on election day. Those are two big reasons to get it done. If you're planning on casting an early ballot, you've got five locations to choose from in Smith County.
Its been dominating the news for months now, the Presidential election! Tuesday, November 8th a President elect will be picked by the American people and sworn into office January 20, 2017! Before that happens though we've got to get out there and vote for your favorite candidate - whether they're red, blue, green or purple - you've got to vote!
Part of the idea behind early voting is to help us avoid long lines on Election Day, but early voting has become so popular that we sometimes hit long lines there too.
I think I may have discovered the best time of day to go, to avoid long lines. Oh, and I voted for...
The race for the November ballot and certain East Texas offices continues today with runoff elections because the results from the elections held earlier in May were just too close to declare a winner!
Texans are heading to the polls today (Tuesday, November 4th) and they'll be deciding who'll be steering the State of Texas from the Governor's office. East Texans are also heading to the polls to make some big decisions facing their communities, like approving or denying the sale of alcohol in their cities.
Did you remember that today is election day? It’s getting less attention this year because it’s not a presidential election, but there are some important issues on the ballot nonetheless. Don’t forget to vote!
Election Day is finally here. After months and months of campaigning, either Mitt Romney or Barack Obama will be named the 45th president of the United States. While the rest of the nation votes, why not read some interesting information about past leaders of our country...