Members of the League of Women Voters have been distributing 4,000 Voters Guides for the Nov. 6 General Election.
The 20-page guide has been distributed throughout the Amarillo and Canyon area over the past few days. The nonpartisan guides are free and available to the public, according to Alan Abraham, LWV distribution chairman.
The guide was published jointly by the LWV of Texas Education Fund and the Amarillo LWV and it contains answers to League questions by both Democrat and Republican candidates.
Early voting dates, times, and locations are listed in the guide. It also provides information about the Canyon Independent School District’s $196,700,000 bond issue.
In Amarillo, the guides can be found here:
- Amarillo Public Library at 413 SE 4th and its branches
- Amarillo downtown banks
- Herring Bank
- FirstBank Southwest,
- Santa Fe Building first floor
- The Amarillo Chamber of Commerce
- Randall County Annex
- City Hall
- Education Credit Union branches
- United Supermarkets
- Cash Saver store
- Eat-Rite Health Food Restaurant
- Roasters Coffee & Tea shops
- The Starbucks Coffee shops on Georgia and Soncy
- Amarillo Senior Citizens Center
- Wesley Community Center
- Hilltop Senior Citizens Center
- Black Historical Culture Center
- And several assisted living facilities.
The guides in Canyon are listed here:
- Canyon Area Public Library
- West Texas A&M University Library and Student Union
- Canyon Independent School District administration building
- United Supermarket
- Education Credit Union
- Canyon News Office
- Wells Fargo Bank
- Happy State Bank
- And the Election Administrator’s office in the Randall County Financial Center.
Candidate information and answers can also be found by clicking here.