5 Things to Know About Voting in Texas from the “Know About It, Vote About It” Town Hall

High school poll workers Sebastian Roman (left), 18, and Diana Paulin, 18, work a curbside voting lane during early voting at Beckley Courthouse on Thursday, July 9, 2020 in Dallas.(Ryan Michalesko / Staff Photographer)
High school poll workers Sebastian Roman (left), 18, and Diana Paulin, 18, work a curbside voting lane during early voting at Beckley Courthouse on Thursday, July 9, 2020 in Dallas. (Ryan Michalesko/Staff Photographer)

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Digital town hall focused on making sure voters know what to do to make sure their vote counts.

By Elizabeth Thompson
Dallas Morning News Writer

Thursday night, The Dallas Morning News and Texas Metro News hosted a digital town hall to advise voters about how to make their vote count in the 2020 election.

Nic Garcia, Dallas County reporter for The News and Ashley Moss of Texas Metro News were joined by Robert Heard, Dallas County deputy elections administrator; Eric Cedillo, a Dallas attorney and SMU law professor; June Jenkins, Collin County NAACP president; Heider Garcia, Tarrant County elections administrator; J.J. Koch, Dallas County Commissioner; and James Barragan, Austin bureau correspondent of The News to answer voters’ questions.

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