What’s on The Ballot? Texas Constitutional Amendments Voters Guide for Nov. 2011

October 10, 2011

Liberty Institute’s 2011 Constitutional Amendment Election Voters Guide

Early Voting Starts on October 24th.  Main election day is Tuesday, November 8, 2011.


Today is Election Day! Go Vote!

November 2, 2010

Texas Voters Guide, nonpartisan.  www.freevotersguide.com

Find your polling place here.  https://team1.sos.state.tx.us/voterws/viw/faces/SearchSelectionPolling.jsp

Do you like our Voters Guide?  Click here to get future updates and free resources.   http://capwiz.com/libertyinstitute/mlm/signup/

This guide is FREE but it costs thousands of dollars for us to put together, produce.  You can donate to this resource by clicking here.

Want a “hard copy” of our Voters Guide?  In Austin, go to 900 Congress, Suite 220.  Call us at 512-478-2220 or email us at legislative@libertyinstitute.org.

CHECK BACK WITH US TONIGHT FOR ELECTION RESULTS!!!


Texas Ballot, Texas Voter Guide & Texas Election Information-Election Day is Tomorrow!! GO VOTE!!

November 1, 2010

 ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS!!!  CLICK HERE.

Texas Election Day is Tuesday, November 2nd.  Polls will be open from  7 a.m. to 7 p.m.  GO VOTE!!

Free Voters Guide and election information can be found at www.freevotersguide.com

Also, for specific information on your local ballot, go to your county website. 

You can also pick up one or many of our nonpartisan, free voters guides at our Austin office, 900 Congress, Suite #220.  Our phone number is 512-478-2220.  Or email us at legislative@libertyinstitute.org


Texas Voters Guide Online NOW!!

October 4, 2010

  TODAY IS THE FINAL DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE FOR THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS!!

WE HAVE A WEBSITE SET UP FOR ALL YOUR VOTING AND CANDIDATE QUESTIONS!!

We Have Answers from the Candidates on all the HARD QUESTIONS!!

CLICK HERE!!  www.freevotersguide.com

Our Voters Guide is nonpartisan, and legal to pass out/place in churches.

You can also pick up our free, nonpartisan Voters Guide in person at our Austin Office, 900 Congress, Suite 220.  Call us before you come by, at 512-478-2220.


Texas Ballot 2010: Texas Voter Guide & Election Information

February 16, 2010

Early Voting Begins on October 18, 2010.  General Election Day is Novermber 2, 2010.  Click here for all your voting information.  Where to vote, your rights as a voter, what to bring, and candidate information!!  http://www.freevotersguide.org

Want a “hard copy” today?  Come by our Austin office and pick some up to share with others!  We have thousands of them at our office on 900 Congress.  Please call 512-478-2220 to arrange for pick up.

Do you like our Voters Guide?  Click here to get future updates and free resources.   http://capwiz.com/libertyinstitute/mlm/signup/

Want a “hard copy” today?  Come by our Austin office and pick some up to share with others!  We have thousands of them at our office on 900 Congress.  Please call 512-478-2220 to arrange for pick up.


Texas-What’s On The Ballot, 2011? Candidates-Views on Taxes, Abortion, Marriage, Immigration

February 9, 2010

For a Voters Guide for the Nov. 8, 2011 Texas Constitutional Amendments, click here.  http://www.texaslegislativeupdate.wordpress.com

The November 2010 elections are over and as a result of the huge victories by Conservatives in the Texas House, there is now an opportunity to choose a true conservative Texas Speaker of the House, instead of moderate Republican, Joe Straus, who now sits as the Texas Speaker.  Learn more about this issue here. https://texaslegislativeupdate.wordpress.com/?s=texas+speaker

The vote for the next Texas Speaker of the House will happen on January 11, 2011, at the latest. Act now!

Sign the letter for a conservative Texas Speaker at www.conservativespeakermandate.com

General Election Day is Tuesday, November 2nd.  Get Your Free Voters Guide Today at www.freevotersguide.com

CHECK BACK TONIGHT FOR ELECTION RESULTS!!  CLICK HERE!!

Want a “hard copy” today?  Come by our Austin office and pick some up to share with others!  We have thousands of them at our office on 900 Congress. Get your 2010 Texas Voters Guide at our Austin Office, 900 Congress, Suite #220, or call at 512-478-2220 or email us at legislative@libertyinstitute.org

Or go to www.freevotersguide.com

Find your polling place here.  https://team1.sos.state.tx.us/voterws/viw/faces/SearchSelectionPolling.jsp

Do you like our Voters Guide?  Click here to get future updates and free resources.   http://capwiz.com/libertyinstitute/mlm/signup/

This guide is FREE but it costs thousands of dollars for us to put together, produce.  You can donate to this resource by clicking here.

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THE INFORMATION BELOW IS FROM MARCH 2010 REPUBLICAN PARTY PRIMARY BALLOT.  THERE ARE NO STATEWIDE PROPOSITIONS ON THE NOVEMBER 2010 BALLOT.  THERE MAY BE LOCAL PROPOSITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  CHECK WITH YOUR COUNTY FOR SUCH INFORMATION.

We have been receiving questions on this so we have this list here so people will know that the propositions that some people are asking about, are the one’s below and they are from an old election, not the Nov. 2010 election.

Ballot Proposition #1: Photo ID-The Texas legislature should make it a priority to protect the integrity of our election process by enacting legislation that requires voters to provide valid photo identification in order to cast a ballot in any and all elections conducted in the State of Texas.  YES OR NO

Ballot Proposition #2: Controlling Government Growth-Every government body in Texas should be required to limit any annual increase in its budget andspending to the combined increase of population and inflation unless it first gets voter approval to exceed the allowed annual growth or in the case of an official emergency.  YES OR NO

Ballot Proposition #3: Cutting Federal Income Taxes-In addition to aggressively eliminating irresponsible federal spending, Congress should empowerAmerican citizens to stimulate the economy by Congress cutting federal income taxes for all federaltaxpayers, rather than spending hundreds of billions of dollars on so-called “federal economic stimulus”.  YES OR NO

Ballot Proposition #4: Public Acknowledgement of God-The use of the word “God”, prayers, and the Ten Commandments should be allowed at public gatherings and public educational institutions, as well as be permitted on government buildings and propoerty.  YES OR NO

 Ballot Proposition #5: Sonograms-The Texas Legislature should enact legislation requiring a sonogram to be performed and shown to each mother about to undergo a medically unnecessary, elective abortion.  YES OR NO


Texas Election Day-Tomorrow! Voters’ Guide & Important Details Below

November 2, 2009

TEXAS STATEWIDE RUNOFF ELECTION DAY IS APRIL 13TH!! VOTERS GUIDE HERE!! http://www.freevotersguide.org/downloads/2010_Primary_Voters_Guide.pdf

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March 2010 TEXAS Election Information can be found here.  www.freevotersguide.com

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THIS IS AN OLD POST-SEE MARCH 2010 ELECTION INFORMATION ABOVE!!!

Election Day for 11 VERY IMPORTANT Texas Constitutional Amendments is TOMORROW!!

Click here for our free, nonpartisan Voters’ Guide and details about particular ballot issues. http://www.freemarket.org/Img/2009%20Constitutional%20Amendments%20Voters’%20Guide.pdf

Click here for details and video about some confusion on particular ballot issues. https://texaslegislativeupdate.wordpress.com/2009/10/23/texas-constitutional-confusion-setting-the-record-straight/

Click here for the Texas House Research Organization’s detailed analysis of each constitutional amendment. http://www.hro.house.state.tx.us/framer2.htm

Forward this link to your friends!

Can you take our Voters’ Guide into the ballot box with you?  YES!

Where do I go to vote?  https://team.sos.state.tx.us/voterws/viw/faces/SearchSelectionPolling.jsp

Post a comment/question or email us with any questions to Jonathan Saenz, our Director of Legislative Affairs in Austin:  legislative@freemarket.org

Want to receive important information like this by email in the future? Click here to sign up! https://www.freemarket.org/Default.aspx?Page=50151255-bff0-40af-ae75-e7ee7a6048d8&Language=


Texas Constitutional Amendment Election Voter Guide!!

October 21, 2009

Texas Constitutional Amendment Election Day is November 8th, 2011.

Next Monday, October 24th,2011,  Texans will begin going to the polls to vote on ten proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution.  One of our main goals at Liberty Institute is to educate and empower citizens to become active and engaged participants in their government, and one of our most effective tools in helping educate citizens are our free Voters Guides.  For the Constitutional Amendment Election, we have put together a non-partisan, educational voters guide that lists a short summary of the proposed amendments while presenting the pros and cons to each in order to help voters make a more informed vote.  At our website, FreeVotersGuide.com, you can download this free guide and find all the important information related to the election.  The key dates for the upcoming Constitutional Amendment Election are as follows:

October 24th, 2011 – First Day of Early Voting

November 4th, 2011 – Last Day of Early Voting

November 8th, 2011 – Election Day

Please visit FreeVotersGuide.com and download our Constitutional Amendment Election Voters Guide and share the guide with your family, friends, neighbors, and church.  Amending our state constitution is an important responsibility given to the citizens of Texas, and we encourage everyone to educate themselves on the proposed amendments so that they can cast an informed vote.

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIS IS AN OLD POST.  THERE ARE NO STATEWIDE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ON THE BALLOT FOR THE NOVEMBER 2010 ELECTION.  FOR CANDIDATE INFORMATION FOR NOVEMBER 2010, GO TO www.freevotersguide.com

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April 2010 Texas Runoff Information and Voters Guide-  www.freevotersguide.com

MARCH 2010 ELECTION INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND HEREwww.freevotersguide.com

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THIS IS AN OLD POST-SEE ABOVE FOR MARCH 2010 ELECTION INFORMATION!!!

There are 11 Constitutional Amendments on the ballot this year.

Click here for our free 2009 Texas Constutional Amendment Voter Guide.  http://www.freemarket.org/Img/2009%20Constitutional%20Amendments%20Voter’s%20Guide.pdf

Click here to see the official ballot language.   http://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/voter/2009novballotlang.shtml

Click here for detailed analysis of each constitutional amendment by the Texas House Research Organization. http://www.hro.house.state.tx.us/framer2.htm

Early Voting has already begun and ends October 30th.  IF you miss early voting, the final election day is Tuesday, November 3rd.

Every registered voter in Texas can vote for or against these proposed constitutional amendments!!  If these measures pass, the Texas Constitution will be amended to add the new language and can only be changed by a subsequent constitutional amendment that passed the Texas House and Senate and then is placed on the ballot for Texas voters and is approved by a simple majority of those that cast a ballot.

That means there are very close to permanent, if they pass. The typical turnout for a Texas Constitutional Amendment election is between 10-15%.

Send questions to Jonathan Saenz, our Director of Legislative Affairs in Austin at legislative@freemarket.org

Please exercise your right to vote and let your voice be heard!!


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