ABoR Voter Resources
This November, Texans have the opportunity to cast their vote on eight state constitutional amendments. Several communities in Central Texas are holding elections for various offices and propositions and in the City of Austin, voters can expect to see two propositions on their ballots. We’ve created this one-stop-shop voter resource hub to make it easier for you and your friends, family, and clients to make a plan to vote!
Early Voting – Monday, October 18 – Friday, October 29
Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (received, not postmarked) – Friday, October 22
Election Day – Tuesday, November 2
Not sure what’s on your ballot? The League of Women Voters offers a nonpartisan voting guide and a complete list of all contests on your ballot, including local offices and propositions. County Elections Offices also provide sample ballots. Use the resources below to find personalized ballot information before you go vote!
Want to get the scoop on the eight proposed State Constitutional Amendments or the local proposition in Austin? Are you looking to find out which candidates in your area are supported by TREPAC? The resources below detail the state and local propositions and give you the tools you need to educate yourself on the issues ABoR advocates on by reading through ABoR’s Public Policy Principles as you make a plan to vote.