Major Changes to Texas Constitution – How will you vote?

Fellow Grassroots Texans:

Beginning October 24th, 2011, Texans will go to the polls to vote on a series of ten proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution that have been set before the people of Texas for consideration.  In the interest of providing Texas voters with additional information on these proposed amendments, we have created the following chart summarizing the recommendations generated by a number of conservative grassroots organizations across the state:

 

The chart above is not intended to be, nor should it be used as, a substitute for individual investigation and decisionmaking on these proposals.  Each voter is encouraged to inform him or herself as to the pros and cons of each of these proposed amendments and cast an informed vote at the ballot box.

The key dates for this election are the following:

October 24th, 2011 – First Day of Early Voting

November 4st, 2011 – Last Day of Early Voting

November 8th, 2011 – Election Day

However you may ultimately choose to vote, PLEASE VOTE!

CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL RESOURCES, INCLUDING A PRINTABLE PDF FLYER OF THIS CHART

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

EMPOWER TEXANS’ ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 TEXAS EAGLE FORUM ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 LIBERTY INSTITUTE VOTERS GUIDE

 VOTERS GUIDE FROM TEXAS LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS

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I support Proposition 1, but oppose Propositions 2 through 10. Do you have an opinion you want to share?

Lenny Leatherman –

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3 responses

  1. Senator-Blutarsky | Reply

    If I voted today, I would vote NO on every one.

    In a rare moment of honesty and candor from LBJ, this holds very true-

    “You do not examine legislation in the light of the
    benefits it will convey if properly administered, but
    in the light of the wrongs it would do and the harms
    it would cause if improperly administered.”

    ~~ Lyndon B. Johnson ~~

  2. […] when you go to your polling location to vote. Also, below you will find an awesome graph from Parker County Blog. This graph shows the Voting Recommendations from Conservative Organizations in Texas As you can […]

  3. I voted NO on all of the 10 Amendments. Not one would be considered a Yes vote. Wonder how many of the groups actually know how much Agenda 21 plays in these Amendments! I agree with the last three groups on the graph!

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