Texas 1978 ballot measures
- All nine of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Seven of the measures were approved.
- Two of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|Proposition 1||Admin of gov't||Allows certain products manufactured by handicapped individuals in nonprofit rehabilitation facilities to be purchased by the State of Texas|
|Proposition 2||Bonds||Permits political subdivisions to issue revenue bonds to develop employment opportunities|
|Proposition 3||Bonds||Authorizes bonds to finance the redevelopment of blighted areas|
|Proposition 4||Taxes||Authorizes the legislature to exempt solar and wind-powered energy devices from taxes|
|Proposition 5||Judiciary||Extends the jurisdiction of justices of the peace in civil cases|
|Proposition 6||Judiciary||Permits the legislature to increase the number of justices on a court of civil appeals|
|Proposition 7||Admin of gov't||Repeals the constitutional authority for the State Building Commission|
|Proposition 8||Bonds||Allows water districts to issue bonds for fire fighting purposes|
|Proposition 9||Taxes||Provides tax relief and exemptions for certain persons and property|
State of Texas
|State executive offices||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Secretary of State | Attorney General | Comptroller | State Auditor | Commissioner of Education | Commissioner of Insurance | Commissioner of Agriculture | Commissioner of General Land Office | Chairman of Workforce Commission | Chairman of Public Utilities | Chairman of Railroad Commission |
List of Counties |
List of Cities |
Texas school districts A - L |
Texas school districts M - Z |