Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How is it possible to expedite same day elections?

In the past, same day voting was the accepted and preferred choice for cost-effective, simplistic and verifiable elections. Voters cast their ballot inside their precinct. Election results were announced the same day. We did it before electronic voting. We can do it again. The same day voting narrative also opens the door to the discussion of having a public holiday activated on the day of the election.

Are Wi-Fi and Internet connections needed to conduct an election?

Activating Wi-Fi and Internet connections to voting machines has not, as promised by our local and state elected officials, heightened voter confidence or escalated voter turnout. In fact, quite the opposite has taken place. Since 2020, 54% of the registered voters no longer vote. Hand marked, hand counted paper ballots, sequentially numbered on watermarked paper ballots, cast in neighborhood precincts with verifiable results announced the same day does, as it has in the past, heightens voter confidence and participation.

How do we know this is a non-partisan petition?

My Vote Counts in Texas petition stands for a statewide grassroots movement.
Registered voters from across the political spectrum are signing the My Vote Counts in Texas petition.
Left, right or center, your voice deserves to be heard.

How is it possible to expedite same day elections?

In the past, same day voting was the accepted and preferred choice for cost-effective, simplistic and verifiable elections. Voters cast their ballot inside their precinct. Election results were announced the same day. We did it before electronic voting. We can do it again. The same day voting narrative also opens the door to the discussion of having a public holiday activated on the day of the election.

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