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October 18, 2009


AUSTIN, Texas: Tomorrow Texans will begin voting on 11 proposed constitutional amendments. Early voting takes place October 19 - 30. Texas residents may either vote in person at a polling place or by mail. However, those that miss the early voting period can vote on election day, November 3, 2009.[1]

Polling locations can be found here.

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Proposition 1 Bond issues To aqcuire open spaces adjacent to military installations On ballot
LRCA Proposition 2 Property tax Provide for the taxation of a residence on basis of value, procedures for ad valorem. On ballot
LRCA Proposition 3 Property tax Providing for uniform standards and procedures for the appraisal of property On ballot
LRCA Proposition 4 Education Funding research universities On ballot
LRCA Proposition 5 Property tax Single board of equalization for two or more adjoining appraisal entities On ballot
LRCA Proposition 6 Bond issues Issue general obligation bonds same or less than authorized On ballot
LRCA Proposition 7 War Allow state militia to hold other civil offices On ballot
LRCA Proposition 8 Veterans' affairs Authorization of state to give money to veterans hospitals. On ballot
LRCA Proposition 9 Beach access Right of access to public beaches On ballot
LRCA Proposition 10 Term limits Terms of members on board of emergency service districts will not exceed four years On ballot
LRCA Proposition 11 Eminent domain Limiting public from private properties On ballot

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* Texas 2009 ballot measures