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