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From Oct. 18 – Oct. 29 UTSA will conduct early voting. Voters must register by Oct. 4 to be eligible to vote in the November election.

The Nov. 2, 2010 Joint General, Special and Bond Election may be the biggest state election for UTSA students. This year students will vote for Governor and Lieutenant Governor.

The current governor, Republican Rick Perry is running against Democrat nominee Bill White, Libertarian nominee Kathie Glass, Green Party nominee Deb Shafto and write-in candidate Andy Barron.

Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst is running against Libertarian candidate Scott Jameson and two San Antonioans Democrat Linda Chavez-Thompson and Green Party Herb Gonzales, Jr.

Voters will also have the chance to vote for Texas Attorney General. Republican Greg Abott is running against Democrat nominee Barbara Ann Radnofsky and Libertarian Jon Roland.

This will be the second time since 2008 that UTSA has served as an early voting location.

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