Monthly Archive:: August 2021

Secretary Whitley Announces Settlement In Litigation On Voter Registration List Maintenance Activity

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Plaintiffs agree to dismiss all claims against the Texas Secretary of State AUSTIN, TX – Today, the parties to LULAC v. Whitley (and consolidated cases) agreed to a settlement in the litigation regarding the Texas Secretary of State’s voter registration list maintenance activity announced on January 25, 2019 to identify and remove non-U.S. citizens registered to

CNC Windows Software

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesCNC Windows Software The development of computer numeric controlled (CNC) routing, using affordable personal computers has already begun to revolutionise all aspects of the woodworking industry. In so doing it has created new opportunities for large and small businesses as well as for individual craftsmen. CNC is a technique whereby the movement of a

Secretary Whitley Meets With U.S. Census Bureau To Discuss Achieving Complete Count For Texas In 2020 Census

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares (From left to right: U.S. Census Bureau Partnership Coordinator Rebecca Briscoe, Secretary of State David Whitley, U.S. Census Bureau Partnership Specialist Maria Campos, U.S. Census Bureau Media Coordinator Nakia Cooper) (Texas Secretary of State David Whitley meets with regional and local representatives from the U.S.

Secretary Whitley Announces Expanded Opportunities For Businesses To Help Fight Human Trafficking

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares “Our TBAT participants are leading the way in addressing a serious issue that affects so many lives throughout Texas and the nation” AUSTIN – As National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month comes to a close, Texas Secretary of State David Whitley today is announcing expanded opportunities for businesses to participate in Texas

Secretary Whitley Encourages Texans To Vote Early, Make Preparations To Cast A Ballot In May 4th Election

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares AUSTIN – Texas Secretary of State David Whitley today encouraged all eligible Texas voters to take advantage of the early voting period ahead of the May 4th election, which begins on Monday, April 22nd and ends on Tuesday, April 30th. Voters across the state will be casting ballots in local political subdivision elections,

The Different Types Of Online Affiliate Marketing

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe Different Types Of Online Affiliate Marketing Affiliate marketing programs has never been as popular before as it is today. Why? There can be a number of reasons. The most probable reason, however, could be the fact that the benefits of affiliate marketing have become clearer to a lot of people now than they
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