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Teach Me How to Texas

The Texas Library Association is a proud partner of  Teach Me How to Texas, a new, free five-week email series by The Texas Tribune that teaches Texans about the government and politics ahead of the 2020 elections.

The email series serves as a civics crash course ahead of the 2020 elections and includes important information like how candidates raise money, how to spot a good poll from a bad one, how to decode the November ballot and more. It’s a great opportunity to get people interested in voting and making sure they’re educated for the 2020 elections.

The Tribune has provided a promotional kit to help you spread the word about Teach Me How to Texas. As a reminder, people can sign up for the free email series anytime before November, and they will receive the five election lessons in their inboxes.

Teach Me How to Texas Promo Kit
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TLA supports the Tribune’s mission to educate and engage more Texans, and we invite you to join us in promoting this nonpartisan community resource to your patrons!

 

 

 

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