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Texas Primary: Links to help you vote


Tomorrow is the Primary in the great state of Texas.  To help you make your choices, here are some resources.

A 2014 Election Guide from the Amarillo-Globe News gives Panhandle residents a rundown of candidate profiles and videos as well as a list of polling places and sample ballots.

Here’s the link to the running “Meet the Candidate” series done by KUT News.

Railroad Commission candidates speak out about manmade earthquakes in an article from StateImpact Texas, and KUT News gives insight on why the Railroad Commission race is so important here.

In a primary, there’s no party label to help distinguish candidates from each other.  The Texas Tribune offers a piece on what sets them apart.

With all the contenders, the state’s top Republican official is not giving voters much help.  The New York Times reports Perry has given his support to only a few — Jake Ellzey, a retired Navy pilot described by a Perry aide as a friend of the governor — and four incumbent judges appointed by Mr. Perry.