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Young People Are The Future
Young People
Are The Future
About MOVE

MOVE Texas is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, grassroots organization working to build power in underrepresented youth communities through civic engagement, leadership development, and issue advocacy.

In 2013, MOVE was founded by a small group of dedicated students at The University of Texas at San Antonio to increase participation in local elections and since then has gone statewide to become one of the most effective voter registration and engagement groups in the state.

Young people are the future – we’re making sure they vote like it.

 

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About
MOVE

MOVE Texas is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, grassroots organization working to build power in underrepresented youth communities through civic engagement, leadership development, and issue advocacy.

In 2013, MOVE was founded by a small group of dedicated students at The University of Texas at San Antonio to increase participation in local elections and since then has gone statewide to become one of the most effective voter registration and engagement groups in the state.

Young people are the future – we’re making sure they vote like it.

 

Learn more

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Viral Voting: Why Texas Is Forcing Residents to Risk Infection at the Polls During the Pandemic

May 20, 2020

Viral Voting: Why Texas Is Forcing Residents to Risk Infection at the Polls During the Pandemic The clock is running down for local and state leaders to ensure voters won’t be risking their lives this election season. Late last Friday, the Republican-controlled Texas Supreme Court handed state Attorney General Ken Paxton a victory when it…
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Will Texans Be Able to Vote by Mail?

May 5, 2020

Will Texans Be Able to Vote by Mail? “Can I vote by mail in the runoff election in July? Maybe. In a typical election, Texans can qualify for a mail-in ballot if they are 65 or older, out of the country on Election Day, in jail but eligible to vote, or disabled. An Aprillawsuit from…
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Texas Tribune: Texas judge will issue order that could greatly expand mail-in voting

April 16, 2020

Texas judge will issue order that could greatly expand mail-in voting A state district judge said Wednesday that he will issue a temporary injunction expanding who can qualify for an absentee ballot for the upcoming elections. The decision faces certain appeal as Democrats and Republicans clash over voter access….
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