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For Valley Voters who cannot make it to the polls during the week, or who may have missed the opportunity to vote by mail, early voting on the weekend might be the answer.  The Advocacy Alliance Center of Texas would like to remind the public that polling locations are open on the weekend for your convenience.  Early Voting started October 13th and runs through October 30th.  

Where to Vote

To find a polling location near you:

·         Visit www.aactnow.org


·         Call your local elections department

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Hidalgo County – (956) 318-2570

Cameron County – (956) 544-0809

Starr County – (956) 716-4800

Willacy County – (956) 689-2387

Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, we’d like to report that more than 170,000 people (over 25% of registered voters) in the Rio Grande Valley have taken advantage of Early Voting to make their voice heard ahead of Election Day.  To keep the record turnout momentum going, AACT would like your help in encouraging every eligible voter to cast their ballot.  Increases in funding and representation for our region through higher voter turnout can help improve the quality of life for our communities.

AACT is a non-profit, non-partisan organization established to increase voter turnout in the Rio Grande Valley. For more information regarding AACT, please call (956) 664-2228 or visit aactnow.org.

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