Texas 1915 ballot measures
- All six of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- All six of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|Proposition 1||Elections||Allows voters to vote in precincts other than the precinct of residence|
|Proposition 2||Judiciary||Provides that the state supreme court consists of five justices|
|Proposition 3||Taxes||Levies a special road tax of up to 50 cents|
|Proposition 4||Education||Authorizes county commissioners to create a student loan fund|
|Proposition 5||Bonds||Authorizes the issuance of bonds for road improvements|
|Proposition 6||Education||Provides for the separation of the University of Texas and the Agricultural and Mechanical College|