What Is Super Tuesday, And Why Does Your Vote Even Matter?
In case you didn't know, there are people running for the opportunity to go up against President Trump. Those hoping to be the Democratic challenger later this year are hoping you vote for them tomorrow.
If you didn't vote during "early voting," make the effort to go tomorrow. Texas will play a big role tomorrow in determining who Trump's opponent will be.
If you need to know who the people running are, HERE IS A LIST OF CANDIDATES FOR YOU TO LOOK OVER. This is from Ballotpedia, so you can have an idea of what to expect on your ballot.
In case you don't want to look at the link, here's the candidates still in the race with a link to each of their websites so you can see for yourself.:
Buttigieg and Klobuchar have recently announced the end of their campaigns. I suppose you could still toss a vote their way, but I wouldn't expect them to go toe-to-toe with Trump.
Several other hopefuls have also dropped out of the race. Here's good list of where we started and where we're at.
Of the 14 states that will be opening the polls tomorrow with delegates up for grabs, Texas is one of the states with most at stake. Texas has 228 delegates up for grabs.
The only state with more delegates than Texas tomorrow is California.
The delegates from all states will meet up at the convention later this year and cast their votes for the person their state chose, hopefully.
Then instead of Mike Bloomberg harassing us with campaign ads every time we turn around, it will be the nominee for President of the United States and President Trump.
Polls will be open in Texas tomorrow for those who didn't vote early. The Texas primary is an open one, which means anyone can cast a ballot regardless of party affiliation.
So, go show someone some love at the polls tomorrow independents and undecided moderates. Tomorrow is your time to shine.