Early Voting Begins in Texas

Texas voters will consider 10 proposed constitutional amendments

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011  |  Updated 8:59 AM CDT
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Early Voting Begins in Texas

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Early voting begins today across Texas.

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Early voting has begun across Texas for the Nov. 8 constitutional amendments election.

Texas Secretary of State Hope Andrade says early voting started Monday and runs through Nov. 4.

Texas voters will consider 10 proposed constitutional amendments, including one that would exempt the surviving spouses of or totally disabled veterans from paying property taxes after the veteran dies.

Another proposal would change how property taxes are calculated on land set aside for water conservation.

Residents of Texas House District 14 will choose a replacement for Republican Fred Brown of Bryan, who in June announced his retirement and said he was moving from the district.

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