Bexar County District Attorney Voter Guide

There’s one person in the system who can do a lot to end mass incarceration tomorrow if they want to — it’s the prosecutor. 

District Attorneys and the prosecutors they oversee are enormously powerful in the US criminal justice system, in large part because they are given so much discretion to prosecute however they see fit. They effectively decide who goes to prison and who doesn’t, and how long someone will go to prison for — by unilaterally choosing what charges to bring against anyone. If we’re ever going to genuinely transform our nation’s criminal justice system, then we have to overhaul prosecutorial practices.

 

Read our Voter Guide here. For more information visit GoVoteTexas.Org.

 

Important Dates Early voting runs Tuesday, February 20th to Friday, March 2nd. During early voting, you can vote at any polling location. Primary Election Day is Tuesday, March 6th from 7 am – 7 pm. You must vote at your assigned polling site in your precinct.

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Texas Freedom Network

So when we do this again in two years, how about we: - create an online voter registration system - allow college students to use their student IDs to vote. And when we do this one, let's also ... - require polling locations on university campuses #txlege