What to know about Texas constitutional amendment election on Nov. 2, 2021

 
 
Rodeo raffles, tightened judge eligibility and a prohibition on banning church services are some of the constitutional amendments for the Nov. 2, 2021 Texas election.
Rodeo raffles, tightened judge eligibility and a prohibition on banning church services are some of the constitutional amendments for the Nov. 2, 2021 Texas election. (KSAT/Mary Claire Patton)
 

Texas voters will decide on eight proposed constitutional amendments in a statewide election slated for Nov. 2.

The proposals, which were approved by at least two-thirds of the Texas House of Representatives and Texas Senate this past session, must be approved by a majority of voters before they are enshrined in the state constitution as law.

The constitutional amendments cover a range of topics, including taxes, judicial eligibility, religious freedom and development.

Here are the dates you need to know leading up to the election:

  • October 4: Last day to register to vote or change voter registration address.
  • October 22: Last day to receive absentee ballot requests for those voting by mail
  • October 18-October 29: Early voting
  • Nov. 2: Election Day

Public Notice - Proposed Texas Constitutional Amendments - The Community  News

 
 
 
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