This survey is conducted by the non-partisan, non-profit League of Independent Voters of Texas, which does not support candidates for partisan political office.

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* 1. Do you vote for the person, or mainly for a party?

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* 2. Which of the following election reforms, if any, do you support enough to use it as a deciding factor in who you will vote for in 2022. You can check more than one or none at all.

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* 3. How important is it to you that candidates you support prioritize fixing the Texas energy grid and not by making ratepayers pick up the tab for the next several decades (as planned today), holding those who profited off the crisis accountable and doing a full investigation into the  approximate 700 related deaths? (Note: Greg Abbott's campaign finance reports reveal he has received $4.6 million in donations from individuals associated with the companies that profited off the crisis.)

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* 4. If you were convinced that Texas is making the same mistakes in water policy made over the last 50 years in California -- moving masses of water to areas without adequate local supply -- how likely would you be to vote for candidates with the foresight to reverse course for Texas water policy to provide clear protection our water resources?

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* 5. If you were made aware that in the general election in November, the candidate with the most votes wins and does not have to have a majority (50 percent plus one), would that make you more or less likely to vote for a viable candidate other than a Democrat or Republicans?

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* 6. Would you like to see a third viable option in any election race in 2022? Remember, this is a mid-term election with members of Congress, all Statewide offices such as Governor, Lt. Governor, Railroad Commission, all State Representatives, some State Senators, District Attorneys, County Judges and some County Commissioners, running for office.  If so, who would you like to see run, for what race and on what issue(s)?

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* 7. In 2003, Republican Governor Rick Perry set a precedent for mid-Census redistricting by calling multiple Special Sessions in order to redraw congressional district lines. Yet, over a dozen states have said – “Enough! It is an inherent conflict of interest to have politicians draw their own districts.” These states have adopted various forms of Independent Citizens Redistricting Commissions. How likely would it sway your vote for a candidate for Governor, who pledges to call a Special Session in 2023 in order to adopt a Texas Redistricting Commission, with which to redraw the lines for the 2024 Election and all future elections?

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* 8. Which, if any, of these political labels apply to you? (you can more than 1 or add your own )

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* 9. Your generation is-- pick one:

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* 10. Would you like us at LIV to keep you updated about the independent movement? If so, please share your information with us and visit us on the web at LIVTexas.org.

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