Texas Constitutional Amendment Elections

Maverick County Judge David Saucedo invites the community to vote for our Texas Constitutional Amendments Elections to be held on Thursday, November 5.

The Texas Constitutional Amendments Elections include voting for or against Proposition 4 (HJR38), which would add an amendment to prohibit the state from levying an income tax on individuals to the Texas Constitution. A “no” vote opposes the amendment, thus continuing to allow the state to enact a tax on individuals in the future through a simple majority legislative vote and a statewide referendum.

Maverick County Commissioner Precinct 4 Roberto Ruiz also invites our community to vote on the election, which includes a total of 10 amendments.

Commissioner Ruiz commented that only six citizens voted on Monday’s Early Voting election, and only seven on Tuesday. The Early Voting started on Monday, October 21 and ends November 1.

Ruiz added that there will be a group of volunteers who will be offering transportation services to the Multi-Purpose Center on Election Day – November 5 from 8 am – 5 pm.

If you need transportation, please call 830-319-1616.


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