This SUV is being used by Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos to help get the word out about the Nov. 8 election and what Texans need to do to get ready for it. The SUV is wrapped in Vote Texas Texas livery. Secretary of State Carlos Cascos visited the Tarrant County Elections Administration office recently to talk about what voters need to know, and what kind of ID they need to have when they vote this November.
This SUV is being used by Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos to help get the word out about the Nov. 8 election and what Texans need to do to get ready for it. The SUV is wrapped in Vote Texas Texas livery. Secretary of State Carlos Cascos visited the Tarrant County Elections Administration office recently to talk about what voters need to know, and what kind of ID they need to have when they vote this November. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com
This SUV is being used by Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos to help get the word out about the Nov. 8 election and what Texans need to do to get ready for it. The SUV is wrapped in Vote Texas Texas livery. Secretary of State Carlos Cascos visited the Tarrant County Elections Administration office recently to talk about what voters need to know, and what kind of ID they need to have when they vote this November. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com

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