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What is on the Nov. 7 Election Day’s constitutional amendment ballot

Election Day is here again — check out this quick breakdown of the constitutional amendment ballot before you head to the polls.


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Tuesday, Nov. 7 is Election Day + we’re doing our civic duty with another quick ballot breakdown.

Tarrant County residents can vote on three school bonds + 14 constitutional amendments. Check your polling location and head to the polls from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


The $997 million HEB ISD bond includes the replacement of both L.D. Bell and Trinity High Schools.

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School bonds

HEB ISD | The $997 million bond includes two replacement high school buildings, four new elementary schools + upgrades for safety, security, and technology.

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD | The $659 million bond includes four new campuses + a swimming facility, technology upgrades, and improvements to Saginaw High School’s athletic building.

Azle ISD | The $151.5 million bond includes campus replacements, expansions, and modifications + upgrades to the district’s police headquarters.

2021 Tarrant County Election Guide

Voting is now underway across Tarrant County | City of Fort Worth

Constitutional Amendments

Proposition 1 | Establishes a right to farm, ranch, produce timber, and manage wildlife on property owned or leased.

Proposition 2 | Allows municipalities to create a childcare center property tax exemption.

Proposition 3 | Prohibits the state from implementing a wealth tax.

Proposition 4 | Increases homestead exemptions, limits yearly appraisal value increases, offsets school district tax revenue loss, and allows voters to elect appraisal board members.

Proposition 5 | Replaces the National Research University fund with the Texas University Fund (which supports UNT) and the National Research Support Fund (which supports UTA).

Proposition 6 | Creates a state water fund for projects across the state.

Proposition 7 | Allows the state to create an energy fund in the future.

Proposition 8 | Creates a $5 billion Broadband Infrastructure Fund for 10 years.

Proposition 9 | Allows the state to allocate $5 billion to cost-of-living adjustments for retired teachers.

Proposition 10 | Removes property taxes on equipment and inventory that belongs to medical and biomedical manufacturers.

Proposition 11 | Allows El Paso County to issue bonds for parks and recreational facilities.

Proposition 12 | Abolishes the Galveston County treasurers office.

Proposition 13 | Increases mandatory retirement ages for state judges and justices from 75 to 79.

Proposition 14 | Allocates $1 billion for a Centennial Parks Conservation Fund to create and improve state parks.