Monthly Archives: November 2015

Nov. 3rd Elections – Texas Voters to Decide on 7 Propositions

Texas voters will decide today whether to accept or reject seven proposed Constitutional Amendments submitted by the 84th Legislature of the State of Texas.

Here is some additional information about the 7 proposed Constitutional Amendments on the ballot:

Proposition 1 — would increase the homestead exemption from $15,000 to $25,000 and permanently ban real estate transfer taxes from being imposed in Texas. Proposition 1 will save homeowners money on their property taxes on their homestead property and will make home ownership more affordable for Texas seniors, people with disabilities and low income families. 

Proposition 2 —  would authorize a homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation for the spouses of 100% disabled veterans who died before 2010

Proposition 3 — would repeal the requirement that elected statewide officeholders live in Austin.

Proposition 4 — A constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to permit professional sports team charitable foundations to conduct charitable raffles.

Proposition 5 — A constitutional amendment that would authorize counties with a population of 7,500 or less to do private roadwork and maintenance.

Proposition 6 — The constitutional amendment recognizing the right of the people to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife subject to laws that promote wildlife conservation.

Proposition 7 — This constitutional amendment would dedicate certain sales and use tax revenue and motor vehicle sales, use, and rental tax revenue to the state highway fund to provide funding for non-tolled roads and the reduction of certain transportation related debt.

Find more information about polling locations and view a sample ballot at http://home.bexar.org/elections/

If you have questions about the elections contact Bexar County Elections Office at 335-VOTE

Voters are now required to present an approved Photo ID in order to vote in Texas. For more information about approved forms of ID and exceptions visit http://www.VoteTexas.Gov
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