Take the Voting & Elections Scavenger Hunt; Review the Texas Secretary of State's website.
You have the power to make a difference!!
This survey was created by the League of Women Voters of Texas to learn about how Texans find information about voting and elections. Consider this survey a voting and election scavenger hunt!

We start by asking you a few questions, and then you will go to the Texas Secretary of State's voting and election website and try to find some information.

Remember that we're focusing on how people learn about voting and elections, not the politics of voting. It doesn't matter to us who you will vote for.

This survey may take from 10-20 minutes.
Remember, if you can't find an item in this scavenger hunt it isn't your fault. Perhaps the site isn’t doing a good job. Just move on to the next question. It’s not a reflection on you at all!

Email address *
Greetings
The League of Women Voters of Texas envisions a democracy where every person has the desire, the right, the knowledge and the confidence to participate. We are a nonpartisan nonprofit political organization, we never support or oppose candidates for office or political parties. We are working towards empowering voters and defending democracy.
You can find us at www.LWVTexas.org, Facebook and Twitter at @lwvtexas.org

Thank you so much for participating in this survey. We aim to use the information provided on this survey to advocate for improvements to the Texas Secretary of State's website.

Question? contact lwvtexas@lwvtexas.org

First, answer a few questions about you?
What type of device are you using to complete this survey?
What is your age?
When was the last time you voted in Texas?
Where did you hear about this survey?
Your answer
What questions do you have about about voting and elections in Texas?
Before you go to the website let's find out what questions you have about voting and elections. Remember that we're focusing on how people learn about voting and elections, not the politics of voting.
Read through the list below and select ALL of the questions that you’ve had, or that you’ve heard from someone else.
Choose your top five questions
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
How do I register to vote?
How do I vote if I can’t vote on Election Day?
How do I vote by mail?
What ID do I need to vote?
When is the next election?
What’s on the ballot?
Who are my representatives now?
How do I actually vote? (voting machines, paper ballot )
Next
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service