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April 13, 2022

 

Dear Alief Staff Members,

 

Thank you again for casting informed votes in the March primary election. I hope you are enjoying your month of wearing jeans!

 

This letter is just a quick reminder to stay active the electoral process. While the May 7 election doesn’t get the media play of a November election, it is a very important election for several school districts and all of us in the field of education.

 

Also, let me remind you that both the Democratic and Republican parties are holding runoffs in statewide and local races on May 24. I urge you to take the time to cast an informed vote in this runoff election as well.

 

There are also many school districts that are holding Bond and/or Trustee elections on May 7. If you live in one of these school districts, please cast your vote.

 

Lastly, there are two constitutional amendments on the May 7 ballot. Both amendments ultimately affect school districts. Again, I ask you to take time to learn about each of these amendments and cast an informed vote. You may click here for more information on the constitutional amendments.

 

I will share more information as the May 7 Election date approaches. Keep in mind that early voting in this election begins April 25 and ends May 3.

 

There is a tight window for early voting in the May 24 runoff elections. Early voting in this election begins May 16 and ends May 20.

 

Thanks again for casting an informed vote. 






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HD Chambers

Superintendent

Alief ISD