As the 2020 presidential election draws near, March for Science and Voto Latino are making efforts to get people to the poll in Texas. News broke yesterday that Greg Abbott has issued a proclamation limiting each county to one location for dropping off mail-in ballots by hand. This is a form of voter suppression. Travis County, a county with a population of 1.2 million people will have only one location for mail-in ballots. March for Science and Voto Latino are continuing their efforts to fight voter suppression and mobilize people to the polls in Texas. March for Science provided links and resources to help individuals in Texas register to vote. In May 2020, Voto Latino sued the Texas Secretary of State over unconstitutional voting restrictions.
On Sunday October 11th join us for a Dazed and Confused Virtual Reunion. Script read followed by A Q&A moderated by Patton Oswalt.
7:30 ET, 6:30pm CT, 4:30pm PT
Proceeds will go to March For Science and Voto Latino Foundation’s voter turnout efforts in Texas with a donation also being made to the Austin Film Society.
In order to “attend” the virtual event, individuals can donate any amount with proceeds going to Voto Latino and March For Science non-partisan voter turnout efforts in Texas. Here is the event link: www. MarchforScience.com/Dazed