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November 4, 2014 Election

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• South Service Center, 1100 SW Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington

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First day for early voting is October 20, 2014.

Texas Department of Public Safety offices to Open Saturdays to Provide Election IDs through Saturday, November 8. In Arlington, the following office will be open:

Arlington Office
3901 W. Arkansas Lane #111
Arlington, TX 76016

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Governor: Republican Greg Abbott, Democrat Wendy R. Davis, Libertarian Kathie Glass, Green Party Brandon Parmer

Lieutenant Governor: Republican Dan Patrick, Democrat Leticia Van de Putte, Libertarian Robert D. Butler, Green Party Chandrakantha Courtney

Attorney General: Republican Ken Paxton, Democrat Sam Houston, Libertarian Jamie Balagia, Green Party Jamar Osborne

Comptroller of Public Accounts: Republican Glenn Hegar, Democrat Mike Collier, Libertarian Ben Sanders, Green Party Deb Shafto

Commissioner of the General Land Office: Republican George P. Bush, Democrat John Cook, Libertarian Justin Knight, Green Party Valerie Alessi

Commissioner of Agriculture: Republican Sid Miller, Democrat Jim Hogan, Libertarian David (Rocky) Palmquist, Green Party Kenneth Kendrick

Railroad Commissioner: Republican Ryan Sitton, Democrat Steve Brown, Libertarian Mark A. Miller, Green Party Martina Salinas

U.S. Senator: Republican John Cornyn (i), Democrat David M. Alameel, Libertarian Rebecca Paddock, Green Party Emily “Spicybrown” Sanchez

U.S. Represenataive, District 6: Republican Joe Barton (i), Democrat David E. Cozad, Libertarian Hugh Chauvin

U.S. Representative, District District 33: Democrat Marc Veasey (i), Libertarian Jason Reeves

Texas State Senator, District 9: Republican Kelly Hancock (i), Democrat Gregory R. Perry

Texas State Senator, District 10: Republican Konni Burton, Democrat Libby Willis, Libertarian Gene Lord, Green Party John Tunmire

Texas State Representative, District 92: Republican Jonathan Stickland (i), Democrat Tina Penney

Texas State Representative, District 93: Republican Matt Krause (i)

Texas State Representative, District 94: Republican Tony Tinderholt, Democrat Cole Ballweg, Libertarian Robert Harris

Texas State Representative, District 95: Republican Albert G. McDaniel, Democrat Nicole Colllier (i)

Texas State Representative, District 96: Republican William "Bill" Zedler (i)

Texas State Representative, District 101: Democrat Chris Turner (i), Libertarian Carl Nulsen

State Board of Education, District 11: Republican Patricia "Pat" Hardy (i), Democrat Nancy Bean, Libertarian Craig Sanders

State Board of Education, District 13: Democrat Erika Beltran, Libertarian Junart Sodoy

Also included on the ballot are state, county and district judge positions.

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(Statewide) Proposition 1: This proposed constitutional amendment proves for the use and dedication of certain money transferred to the state highway fund to assist in the completion of transportation construction, maintenance and rehabilitation projects, not to include toll roads.

City of Arlington, Prop. 1: The issuance of $160,130,000 general obligation bonds for street improvements, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof.

City of Arlington, Prop. 2: The issuance of $60,000,000 general obligation bonds for park, open space and recreation improvements and the levy of a tax in payment thereof.

City of Arlington, Prop. 3: The issuance of $9,780,000 general obligation bonds for fire fighting facilities, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof.

City of Arlington, Prop. 4: The issuance of $6,090,000 general obligation bonds for library improvements, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof.

Early Voting Times and Locations

October  20 – 24 Monday – Friday  8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
October  25 Saturday  7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
October  26 Sunday  11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
October  27 – 31 Monday – Friday  7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

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Bob Duncan Center  2800 S Center Street Arlington 76014
Elzie Odom Athletic Center  1601 NE Green Oaks Boulevard Arlington 76006
Center for Community Service, Junior League of Arlington  4002 West Pioneer Parkway Arlington 76013
South Service Center  1100 SW Green Oaks Boulevard Arlington 76017
Tarrant County Sub‐Courthouse  700 E. Abram Street Arlington 76010
October  28 – 30 Tuesday – Thursday  7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tarrant County College Southeast Campus, North Ballroom  2100 Southeast Parkway Arlington 76018
October  27 – 30 Monday – Thursday  7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
University of Texas at Arlington, Maverick Activities Center  500 W. Nedderman Drive Arlington 76019
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• South Service Center, 1100 SW Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington

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Effective immediately, voters are now required to present an approved form of photo identification in order to vote in all Texas Elections.

"The legal sale of all alcoholic beverages including mixed beverages."
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Materials in our Collection

Elections in the U.S.
Political Participation

Magazines & Newspapers

Harper's (Central, East)
Mother Jones (Central)
New Republic (Central, Northeast)
Texas Monthly (Central, Lake Arlington, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest)

Community Resources

League of Women Voters-Arlington Chapter

Promotes political responsibility through informed and active citizen participation in government by providing local voting guides.

Tarrant County Elections Center

2700 Premier Street
Fort Worth, TX 76111


Project Vote Smart

Citizen's organization covers candidates and elected officials in five categories: biographical information, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances and interest group ratings.

Tarrant County Voter Lookup

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Texas Secretary of State (en español)

Information about voting in Texas

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