League of Women Voters members will be conducting voter registration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Amigos store at 3300 East I-40, and United Supermarket at 4701 S. Washington.
“Any citizen 18 years or older, or who will be 18 by election day , who is not registered to vote or who has moved or changed his or her name, needs to become registered by October 10 in order to vote November 7 on seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution,” said Carolyn Barnett, League voter registration chair.
Other ballot issues include the $100 million Amarillo Independent School District bond proposal, a local-option liquor issue for Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 in Randall County, and a sales tax increase to create an assistance district in the rural part of Potter County.
The League is a nonpartisan organization that encourages all citizens to take an informed, active part in their government and its political processes, Barnett said.
Early voting will begin October 23 and continue through November 3.