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Election Day in Corpus Christi

Polls are open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday, November 5, for a statewide election. Corpus Christi voters will be asked to vote up or down on 10 constitutional amendments. In Robstown, the mayor and City Council positions are also on the ballot.

Tuesday, November 5, is Election Day in Texas, when voters statewide will decide on 10 constitutional amendments. In Nueces County, the city of Robstown also will choose a mayor, six City Council members, and seven propositions, A-F.

The 10 constitutional amendments were referred for election by the Texas Legislature in its 86th session this year. It takes a two-thirds vote in both the House and the Senate to refer an amendment for election.

The Texas Constitution has been amended 498 times since its adoption in 1876.

This year, the Legislature filed 216 amendments. Only 10 met the referral requirements. Here they are as they will appear on the ballot. Voters are asked to decide YES or NO on each.


PROPOSITION 1

The constitutional amendment permitting a person to hold more than one office as a municipal judge at the same time.


PROPOSITION 2

The constitutional amendment providing for the issuance of additional general obligation bonds by the Texas Water Development Board in an amount not to exceed $200 million to provide financial assistance for the development of certain projects in economically distressed areas.


PROPOSITION 3

The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide for a temporary exemption from ad valorem taxation of a portion of the appraised value of certain property damaged by a disaster.


PROPOSITION 4

The constitutional amendment prohibiting the imposition of an individual income tax, including a tax on an individual’s share of partnership and unincorporated association income.


PROPOSITION 5

The constitutional amendment dedicating the revenue received from the existing state sales and use taxes that are imposed on sporting goods to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Historical Commission to protect Texas’ natural areas, water quality, and history by acquiring, managing, and improving state and local parks and historic sites while not increasing the rate of the state sales and use taxes.


PROPOSITION 6

The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to increase by $3 billion the maximum bond amount authorized for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas.


PROPOSITION 7

The constitutional amendment allowing increased distributions to the available school fund.


PROPOSITION 8

The constitutional amendment providing for the creation of the flood infrastructure fund to assist in the financing of drainage, flood mitigation, and flood control projects.


PROPOSITION 9

The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to exempt from ad valorem taxation precious metal held in a precious metal depository located in this state.


PROPOSITION 10

The constitutional amendment to allow the transfer of a law enforcement animal to a qualified caretaker in certain circumstances.


Polls are open 7 a.m.-7 p.m.


NUECES COUNTY POLLING PLACES


Antonio Garcia Arts & Education Center

Classroom

2021 Agnes St.


Baker Middle School

Front Lobby

3445 Pecan St.


Banquete ISD

Board Room

4339 Fourth St.

Banquete


Ben Garza Gym

1815 Howard St.


Bishop High School

Cafeteria

100 Badger Lane in Bishop


Bishop Primary School

705 W. Main St. in Bishop


Blanche Moore Elementary

Fine Arts Area

6121 Durant Drive


Calallen East Elementary

Room 201

3709 Lott Ave.


Calallen Middle School

Maintenance Office

4602 Cornett Road


Cimarron Senior Apartments

Community Room

2802 Cimarron Blvd.


Club Estates Elementary

Room 37

5222 Merganser Drive


Crockett Elementary

Music/Art Room

2625 Belton St.


Cunningham Middle School at Southpark

Front Lobby

2901 McArdle Road


David Berlanga Community Center

Headstart Room

1513 Second St. in Agua Dulce


Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center

Tiller Classroom

5151 McArdle Road


Del Mar College

Heldenfels Admin. Building

101 Baldwin Blvd.


Driscoll ISD

Guadalupe Hernandez Complex

315 West Dragon St. in Driscoll


Driscoll Middle School

Techdome Room

3501 Kenwood Drive


Ella Barnes Elementary

Room 122

2829 Oso Parkway


Ethel Eyerly Senior Center

Social Hall

654 Graham Road


Fannin Elementary

Cafeteria

2730 Gollihar Road


Galvan Elementary

Front Lobby

3126 Masterson Drive


Gibson Elementary

Room 26

5723 Hampshire Road


Gloria Hicks Elementary

Front Lobby

3602 McArdle Road


Grace Presbyterian Church

Multipurpose Rm

6301 Yorktown Blvd.


Grant Middle School

Orchestra Room

4350 Aaron Drive


Greenwood Senior Center

Activity Room

4040 Greenwood Drive


Hamlin Middle School

Room 1

3900 Hamlin Drive


Harold T. Branch Academy

Room 114

3902 Morgan Ave.


Hilltop Community Center

Commissioners office

11425 Leopard St.


Island Presbyterian Church

Annex

14030 Fortuna Bay Drive


John F. Kennedy Elementary

Hallway

1102 Villarreal Drive


Johnny Calderon Building

Auditorium

710 E. Main St. in Robstown


King High School

1st Floor Locker Area

5225 Gollihar Road


Kiwanis Recreation Center

Main Room

3933 Timon Blvd.


Kolda Elementary

Front Lobby

3730 Rodd Field Road


Korean Presbyterian Church

Fellowship Hall

4326 McArdle Road


Kostoryz Elementary

Fine Arts Room

3602 Panama Drive


La Retama Central Library

La Retama Room

805 Comanche St.


Lindale Senior Center

Multipurpose Room

3135 Swantner Drive


London ISD Middle/High School

Library

1306 FM 43


Lotspeich Elementary

Cafeteria

1000 Ruben Chavez Road in Robstown


LULAC West Apartments

Library/Community Room

10702 Interstate 37


Luther Jones Elementary

Front Lobby

7533 Lipes Blvd.


Magee Elementary

TAR Annex

4201 Calallen Drive


Menger Elementary

Portable 138

2401 S. Alameda St.


Metro E. Elementary

Front Lobby

1707 Ayers St.


Montclair Elementary

Art Room

5241 Kentner St.


Moody High School

Front Lobby

1818 Trojan Drive


Nueces County ESD #4

Meeting Room

5781 Farm-to-MarketRoad 666 in Robstown


Oak Park Recreation Center

Social Hall

842 Erwin Ave.


Oveal Williams Senior Center

Room 2

1414 Martin Luther King Drive


Parkway Presbyterian Church

Fellowship Hall

3707 Santa Fe St.


Peerless Cleaners

Back of building

2806 Santa Fe St.


Petronila Elementary

Hallway

2391 County Road 67 in Petronila


Port Aransas Community Center

Main Room

408 N. Alister St. in Port Aransas


River Hills Baptist Church

Fellowship Hall

16318 FM 624 in Robstown


Robert Driscoll Elementary

Library

122 W. Avenue H in Robstown


Ronnie H. Polston County Building

Courtroom

10110 Compton Road


Rose Shaw Elementary

Front Lobby

2920 Soledad St.


San Pedro Elementary

Cafeteria

800 W. Avenue D in Robstown


Schanen Estates Elementary

Front Lobby

5717 Killarmet Drive


Smith Elementary

Front Lobby

6902 Williams Drive


St. Anthony Catholic Church-Violet

Parish Hall

3918 County Road 61 in Robstown


T .G. Allen Elementary

Room 106

1414 18th St.


The People's Baptist Church

1355 FM 665


Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

University Center

6300 Ocean Drive


The Valencia

Conference Room, Second Floor

6110 Ayers St.


Tom Browne Middle School

Left Foyer

4301 Schanen Blvd.


Travis Elementary

Art/Music Room

3210 Churchill Drive


Tuloso-Midway High School

Office Area

2653 McKinzie Road


Veterans Memorial High School

Auditorium

3750 Cimarron Blvd.


Villa of Corpus Christi-South

Front Area

4834 Yorktown Blvd.


West Oso Junior High School

Front Lobby

5202 Bear Lane


Yeager Elementary

Cafeteria/Stage

5414 Tripoli Drive


Zavala Senior Center

Computer Room

510 Osage St.

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