Both sides weigh in on the issues that will turn up the heat in the November election. Plus, how to register to vote and details on early voting.
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September 20 is National Voter Registration Day. A representative from the Harris County Elections Administration explains how you can register to vote. The deadline to register is October 11, 2022, for the November 8 election. For more information on how to register or update your registration, visit HarrisVotes.com, or VoteTexas.org.
With just seven weeks until the election, we discuss the current issues and hot topics circulating around American politics. Guests from both sides of the political divide join us with their viewpoints on the issues, including abortion, immigration, the economy, gun control and voting security.
Deputy Director of Voter Registration Outreach, Harris County Elections Administration
Sen. Paul Bettencourt
Texas State Senator, District 7
President/CEO, Elite Change
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