Texas General Election propositions

The General Election in Bailey County will be held at the Bailey Coliseum. Here are propositions in the Texas General Election.
Proposition 1
The continuation of constitutional appropriation for facilities and other capital items for Angelo State University.

Proposition 2
Authorizing $500 million in general obligation bonds to finance educational loans to students and authorizing a bond enhancement agreement.

Proposition 3
A constitutional amendment allowing the Legislature to set the maximum appraised value of a residence for ad valorem tax to the lesser of the most recent market value of the residence as determined by the appraisal entity or about 110 percent of the of the appraised value of the residence for the last tax year.

Proposition 4
A constitutional amendment for $1 billion in bonds from state general revenues for maintenance, repair and construction projects and for the purchase of needed equipment.

Proposition 5
A constitutional amendment to a municipality with less than 10,000 residents to enter into an agreement with an owner or a real property.

Proposition 6
A constitutional amendment authorizing an exemption from ad valorem taxation one motor vehicle for work and personal use.

Proposition 7
A constitutional amendment to allow government entities to sell property acquired through eminent domain back to previous owners for the same price.

Proposition 8
A constitutional amendment to clarify certain provisions relating to the making of a home equity loan and use of home equity loan proceeds.

Proposition 9
A constitutional amendment to exempt residences of totally disabled veterans from as valorem taxation and to change how to determine the amount of ad valorem taxation a disabled veteran is entitled.

Proposition 10
A constitutional amendment to abolish the office of inspector of hides and animals.

Proposition 11
A constitutional amendment to require a record vote for the house of the Legislature on final passage of any bill proposing or ratifying a constitutional amendment and public access on the Internet to the record votes.

Proposition 12
A constitutional amendment providing the Texas Transportation Commission about $5 billion in general obligation bonds to fund highway improvement.

Proposition 13
A constitutional amendment denying bail for violating court orders or conditions of release in a felony or family violence case.

Proposition 14
A constitutional amendment to permit a justice or judge who has reached retirement age to continue to serve the remainder of the term.

Proposition 15
A constitutional amendment for the creation of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas. And for a $3 billion bond from the general revenues for research in Texas to find the causes and cures for cancer.

Proposition 16
A constitutional amendment for about $250 million general obligation bonds to provide assistance to economically distressed areas.
Lazbuddie Independent School District, Parmer County
Approving to increase the ad valorem tax rate to $1.17 per $100 valuation in Lazbuddie Independent School District for the current year.

Parmer County Precincts
101 Calvary Baptist Church
201 Bovina EMS building
202 Friona Community Center
203 Rhea Community Center
301 Farwell Community Center
302 Oklahoma Lane Methodist Church
303 Ridgelea School
401 Lazbuddie School
402 Friona Public Library