Magnolia Independent School District and the Voter Awareness Council Announce a Get Out the Vote Campaign

The Magnolia Independent School District (MISD) and the Voter Awareness Council (VAC) are pleased to announce a student led get out the vote campaign at the two MISD comprehensive high school campuses. Under the leadership of faculty members Mrs. Brittany Lee Marrs and Mr. Jeremy Day, the high schools Senior Class Leadership Team, pictured below, will execute a project designed to inform their fellow students on their citizen-given right and obligation to vote.

This effort will include a voter registration drive, student research on each of the upcoming November ballot items, unbiased student meetings and discussions on the ballot items, completion of sample ballots by each voting student, and then MISD provided transportation of voting students, faculty and staff to actually vote during the early voting period.

“We are very pleased to be working with the Voter Awareness Council on this project to have a student led effort to get out the vote in our schools” says MISD Superintendent Dr. Todd Stephens. “We hope to leverage this effort not only on the upcoming November election but each and every future election as well,” adds Dr. Stephens.

Magnolia Independent School District provides an educational environment to approximately 13,000 students, offering a well-balanced curriculum including advanced academics, concurrent college and high school enrollment credit, career and technical career paths, early childhood and a strong academic core.  We provide an educational environment that enables all students to develop essential academic skills for a lifetime of learning and prepares students to be responsible, contributing citizens in a diverse and changing world.

VAC is a local non-profit corporation established by a number of Montgomery County residents designed to help encourage and equip citizens to vote. Totally non-partisan and unbiased, VAC’s mission is to inform and educate citizens on our local elections, improve the overall voting experience and to increase voter turnout. See for more information.

Questions about this project can be directed to MISD Director of Communications Denise Meyers at 281-356-3571, and VAC official Darci Hubbard at

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