Help Make Temple Beth-El a 100% Voting Congregation!
Advocacy has always been central to both Reform Judaism and Temple Beth-El. The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism states that “our democracy is strongest when everyone has the opportunity to participate”, and it’s important for Temple Beth-El members to partake in local, state, and federal elections. Regardless of political belief, voting is central, and a non-partison issue that our congregation can get behind.
The United States midterm election allows voters to choose state and federal representatives, senators, country district attorneys, and the Texas governor.
Ready to register? Ready to VOTE? Pledge here.
Click here to find out who represents you.
Step One: Get Registered!
- Are you registered to vote?
- Click here to check your status.
- Register to vote! Click here.
- Talk to Ross Halfant, ordained Voter Deputy, and he can register you.
Step Two: Where Do I Vote?
- Click here to find your nearest polling site.
Step Three: Get Out and Vote!
- Important Tip – Don’t forget an ID!
- The State of Texas requires all voters to present a valid photo ID before casting their vote. Click here for a list of acceptable photo IDs.
- If you have any questions:
- Call – 1-844-338-8743
- Email – [email protected]
Important Dates to Remember
- General Election:
- October 9th, 2018 – Last Day to Register to Vote
- October 22nd, 2018 – Early Voting Begins
- October 26th, 2018 – Last Day to Receive General Ballots by Mail
- November 2nd, 2018 – Early Voting Ends for the General Election
- November 6th, 2018 – U.S. Midterm Election Day
Don’t Live in Bexar County?
- Bandera County - Click here
- Comal County - Click here
- Guadalupe County - Click here
- Hays County - Click here
- Kendall County - Click here
- Kerr County - Click here
- Medina County - Click here
Have Questions? Email Ross Halfant at [email protected]