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What are the most important issues for you in 2024? We want to answer your questions

By María Méndez, The Texas Tribune

What are the most important issues for you in 2024? We want to answer your questions” was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues.

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2024 promises to be a busy year for voters who will have the opportunity to participate in numerous federal, state and local elections during the March primaries, May runoffs and the November general election.

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We plan to be there for Texans every step of the way with voter guides, like our guide on voting deadlines and requirements for the primary, along with news coverage and stories examining how our democracy is or isn’t serving Texans.

To ensure we’re serving Texans with our reporting, we want to hear from you. Use the form below to tell us how we can best help you navigate this election year. Your input will help shape our work, and we’ll make an effort to get back to you.

In the meantime, you can read more of our work on elections and learn about our We the Texans initiative, a yearlong project examining the state of democracy in Texas. Keep up with stories from across the state, guides to help you be a more informed voter and events with experts, policymakers and our own journalists by signing up for our We the Texans newsletter, launching in February.

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