The November 7th Constitutional Amendment Election is coming up fast, and voters must decide on several important ballot initiatives.
Turnout for these off-year elections is typically very low. That’s why I am writing today.
I am urging every Texan who wants to have their voice heard to GET OUT TO VOTE!
Some of the proposed amendments impact higher education research, water resources, broadband access, state park acquisition, and help for our retired teachers.
There is also critical tax relief for Texas homeowners – such as Proposition 4, which would provide property tax reductions that were approved by your legislature earlier this year. If passed, Prop 4 will save the average homeowner $1,300 on their property tax bill.
My recent op-ed in the Cross Timbers Gazette has a full breakdown on the 14 constitutional amendments.
You can review that breakdown here >>>
Early voting runs through Friday, November 3rd. On Election Day, November 7th, polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m.
You can find more information on voting (and find your polling place) at votetexas.gov.
If you haven’t cast your ballot yet, make your plan to early vote this week and remind your family and friends to make their plan too!
State Senator (District 12)