A Texas statewide constitutional amendment election
The following table along with additional details can be found at: https://ballotpedia.org/Texas_2019_ballot_measures
|Proposition 1||Municipal||Allows persons to serve as more than one appointed or elected municipal judge|
|Proposition 2||Bonds||Allows the Texas Water Development Board to issue up to $200 million in bonds|
|Proposition 3||Taxes||Authorizes temporary property tax exemption for disaster areas|
|Proposition 4||Taxes||Prohibits the state from levying an income tax on individuals|
|Proposition 5||Budgets||Dedicates revenue from the sales tax on sporting goods to parks, wildlife, and historical agencies|
|Proposition 6||Bonds||Authorizes the legislature to increase bonds for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute|
|Proposition 7||Budgets||Increases distributions to the state school fund|
|Proposition 8||Budgets||Creates a Flood Infrastructure Fund|
|Proposition 9||Taxes||Authorizes property tax exemption for precious metals held in depositories|
|Proposition 10||Animals||Allows for transfer of law enforcement animals to handlers or others if in animal's best interest|
The 59th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.
November 3, 2020
Make sure you can vote in Wood County
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Registering to Vote in Wood County
Voters registration information can be found here:
Voter Registration applications can be found at
- The Elections Administration office located on the 4th floor of the courthouse in Quitman, TX.
- Local libraries, post offices, the sub-courthouse, and Justice of the Peace offices.
You may also print a voter registration application and send it to our office at PO Box 970, Quitman, TX 75783. A printable application can be found online at: