We need volunteers to help ‘Get Out the Vote’!

Sign Holders & Block Walkers

Volunteer to be a

Sign Holder

for Early Voting Locations

Location 1
Hill Country Youth Event Center
3785 TX-27, Kerrville, TX 78028

Location 2
Ingram ISD Building
510 College St., Ingram, TX 78025

Early Voting – Week 2 is
Monday, Feb 21 – Friday, Feb 25
Hours: 7 am – 7 pm

Select the ‘appointment type’ for the week you can help… Then click on the day of that week…

The time slots available are displayed for each hour, but we ask you to commit for 2-hours.
Example: If 8am is selected, that time slot AND the 9am slot are yours.

Week 1 is Monday, Feb 14 – Friday, Feb 18
Hours: 8 am – 5 pm

Week 2 is Monday, Feb 21 – Friday, Feb 25
Hours: 7 am – 7 pm

Join us the next two Saturdays to 

Block Walk

Join us for donuts, fellowship & exercise!

Saturday, Feb 19 @ 9:30am
Meet us at the parking lot of
625 Washington Street, Kerrville

Opportunities during the weeks of Early Voting…

We’ll start all of them at 625 Washington Street, Kerrville

Tuesday, Feb 22
4 pm- 6 pm

Wednesday, Feb 23
4 pm- 6 pm

You’d be surprised how many people don’t even know there is an important election March 1…

Nothing can replace directly connecting with voters at the door.

We will be visiting Republican voters in Kerrville to inform them about the March 1 election and who the conservatives are (see voter guide).

There is a way you can legally vote more than once in Texas.

Voter fraud is bad, but this formula is very good. In the podcast linked below, Luke Macias goes through a step-by-step process to impact the races you care about in a massive way.

Some of the steps are listed below:

  • Research and make your list. (Endorse down the ballot, Court of Criminal Appeals, Supreme Court, etc.)
  • Vote EARLY!
  • Post on all of your social accounts that you voted and researched the candidates. Offer to provide a list (you will get requests).
  • Text your list to patriots you know, and encourage them to vote.
  • Send a letter to 100 voters in your neighborhood. (Campaigns can give you the addresses based on where you live)
  • Walk your neighborhood with your list.

This is NOT rocket science.
Enjoy this podcast from Luke Macias.