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League of Women Voters distributes Voters Guides

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Amarillo, TX - Voters Guides from the League of Women Voters are now available in several locations.
It's a non-partisan walk-through of everything you need to know for the March 4th primary - from a list of state and local candidates with all their positions on issues, to dates and locations for early voting.

The online version of the Voters Guide can be found at the League of Women Voters Web site, www.VOTE411.org

Voters Guides are available in Amarillo at the following locations:

Amarillo Public Library and its branches

Amarillo College library and College Union Building

First-floor lobby at City Hall

Amarillo Senior Citizens Center

Hilltop Senior Center

Wesley Community Center

All YMCA locations

The Black Historical Culture Center
The Thomas Creek Veterans Administration Hospital

United Supermarkets

Hastings stores

FirstBank Southwest locations

Roasters coffee shop locations

Starbucks coffee shop locations

Voters Guides are available in Canyon at the following locations:

Canyon Public Library

The Canyon News office

United Supermarket

West Texas A&M University library and student union

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