Round Rock Chamber Board Unanimously Approves Endorsement of Eight Proposed Constitutional Amendments
The Round Rock Chamber Board of Directors voted and unanimously approved endorsement of eight proposed Texas constitutional amendments during its regular board meeting on September 28.
A total of 14 constitutional amendments are on the November 7 ballot. While each of the constitutional amendments relate to different areas, the Round Rock Chamber endorsed ones that related most appropriately to our Agenda for Economic Vitality and our 88th Texas Legislative Session State Agenda. The Chamber is not opposing any proposed constitutional amendment on the November 7, 2023 ballot.
The Round Rock Chamber Board unanimously approved endorsement of constitutional amendments:
- Proposition 1 – Agricultural Practices
- Proposition 2 – Childcare Provider Property Tax Relief
- Proposition 4 – Omnibus Property Tax Cuts
- Proposition 5 – Creation and Funding of the Texas University Fund
- Proposition 6 – Creation and Funding of the Texas Water Fund
- Proposition 7 – Creation and Funding of the Texas Energy Fund
- Proposition 8 – Creation and Funding of the Texas Broadband Infrastructure Fund
- Proposition 10 – Medical Manufacturing Property Tax Cut
More information about each of the 14 proposed constitutional amendments can be found at:
Some key election dates are:
- October 10: Voter Registration Deadline
- October 23 to November 3: Early Voting Period
- November 7: Election Day
For information about the November elections, including voter registration, can be found on the Texas Secretary of State website
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