Texas voters were deciding 14 constitutional amendments on Tuesday, including ones that could lower property taxes, increase retirement pay for some teachers, and allow municipal utility districts in El Paso to issue voter-approved bonds for parks.
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Election results: How Texans and El Pasoans voted on 14 proposed state constitutional amendments
by El Paso Matters Staff, El Paso Matters
November 7, 2023