Based on a series of analysis articles appearing in The Hayride, we have compiled all of our recommendations for the Nov. 5 Constitutional Amendment Election into one handy resource for Texas voters.
Click on any of the below propositions to read a full analysis. Texas law allows you to print off this article and bring it with you into a polling place.
Proposition 1: Municipal judges serving multiple cities (AGAINST)
Proposition 2: $200M for water development loans (NEUTRAL — leaning against)
Proposition 3: Disaster-damaged property tax exemption (FOR)
Proposition 4: State income tax ban (FOR)
Proposition 5: Sporting goods sales tax to parks, historic sites (FOR)
Proposition 6: $3B cancer research increase (AGAINST)
Proposition 7: $300M school fund cap increase (FOR)
Proposition 8: Flood control grants (AGAINST)
Proposition 9: Gold depository property tax exemption (AGAINST)
Proposition 10: Retired K-9 ownership (FOR)
Early voting is from Monday, Oct. 21, through Friday, Nov. 1, with election day being Nov. 5, 2019. Mail-in and military ballots are already being delivered to those who qualify and have requested them from their respective counties.
Be sure to check with your local county elections office for any local races or special elections appearing on the Nov. 5 ballot.