Early voting for the November 2nd Texas Constitutional Amendment Election begins October 18th and runs through October 29th. There are eight amendments to the Texas Constitution that will be on every Texas voter’s ballot and there may be local elections and ballot measures you can weigh in on also. This is the time to start researching your vote.

The League of Women Voters of Texas’s Voters Guide provides unbiased explanations of, including arguments for and against, each proposed amendment. Their one-stop shop for election information, including the Voters Guide, is VOTE411.org. Or, you can click here to view the Voters Guide in English or here to view it in Spanish. Learn more here.

The League of Women Voters of Texas has also prepared short videos on each of the amendments. You can watch them at the links below.


To Do:

1. Start researching the 8 constitutional amendments that will be on your ballot.
2. Check your county elections website to learn what else will be on your ballot.
3. Make your plan to vote early – October 18th-29th.

Voting in every election helps build a culture of voting and strengthens our democracy. Get ready to vote!


Laura Subrin Yeager launched Texas Educators Vote in 2015, and has been directing the program ever since. Laura attended public schools from K-12 in Montgomery County, Maryland, earned an undergraduate degree in Government from Cornell University, and a Masters Degree in International Affairs from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). She has worked in government, the private sector, and the non-profit sector doing international trade policy, education policy, market research, and economic development.

About Texas Educators Vote
Texas Educators Vote is a non-partisan partnership-based project working to create a culture of voting in Texas public schools. We encourage and support educators in their efforts to model civic engagement for students. TEV aligns with the SBOE-written curriculum (TEKS), the Texas Constitution, and Texas laws requiring educators to register eligible students and staff to vote.

The Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA), whose hallmark is educational leaders learning with and from each other, has served Texas PK-8 school leaders since 1917. Member owned and member governed, TEPSA has more than 6000 members who direct the activities of 3 million PK-8 school children. TEPSA is an affiliate of the National Association of Elementary School Principals.

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