Proposed Texas Constitutional Amendments 2021
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November 2, 2021
Every two years, the Texas Legislature places amendments to the Texas Constitution on the ballot. They often are an odd collection of propositions that most voters are barely aware of and barely understand. Most of the time, almost all the propositions are approved by voters--perhaps in good part because they don't understand them. Yet, if voters approve, some of the propositions can be very consequential.
Read these resources for the history and background as well as alternative views on meaning and impact.
Precinct Chairs' Cheat Sheet on Proposed Constitutional Amendments - Feel free to download this pdf file and print copies to give out to friends and neighbors--even if you aren't a precinct chair.
The Focus Report by the Texas House of Representatives contains an explanation of the process by which constitutional amendments
are adopted and information on the proposed 2021 amendments, including a background, analysis, and
arguments for and against each proposal.
Analyses of Proposed Constitutional Amendments with Markups of Documents Being Amended by the Texas Legislative Council
The League of Women Voters and other organizations also feature reviews or analyses of the amendments.