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Federal Races

Representative, U.S. House Texas District 37

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State Races

Governor of Texas

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Lieutenant Governor of Texas

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Attorney General of Texas

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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

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Texas Commissioner of Agriculture

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Texas Land Commissioner

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Texas Railroad Commission

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Texas State Senate District 14

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Texas House of Representatives District 49

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Texas Supreme Court Place 3

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Texas Supreme Court Place 9 - Special

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Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Place 5

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Texas Third District Court of Appeals Place 4

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Texas Supreme Court Place 5

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Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Place 6

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Texas State Board of Education District 5

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Local Races

Travis County Clerk

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Travis County Commissioners Court Judge

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Texas 455th District Court

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Austin Community College District Board of Trustees Place 4

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Austin Community College District Board of Trustees Place 5

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Austin Community College District Board of Trustees Place 6

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Mayor of Austin

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Austin Independent School District District 4

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Austin Independent School District At-large Position 9

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Measures and Propositions

Austin City/Town Ballot Measures

Proposition AAustin, Texas, Proposition A, Housing for Certain Income Levels Bond Measure (November 2022)
A "yes" vote supported authorizing the city to issue $350 million in bonds to fund housing projects for households at certain income levels and levying a tax to repay the bonds.
A "no" vote opposed authorizing the city to issue $350 million in bonds to fund housing projects for households at certain income levels and levying a tax to repay the bonds.

Austin Independent School District School District Ballot Measures

Proposition AAustin Independent School District, Texas, Proposition A, School Facilities Bond Measure (November 2022)
A "yes" vote supported authorizing the school district to issue $2,316,025,000 to fund school facility renovations and construction and levy a tax to repay the bonds.
A "no" vote opposed authorizing the school district to issue $2,316,025,000 to fund school facility renovations and construction and levy a tax to repay the bonds.

Proposition BAustin Independent School District, Texas, Proposition B, Technology Systems Bond Measure (November 2022)
A "yes" vote supported authorizing the school district to issue $75,541,000 to fund improvements to technology systems and levy a tax to repay the bonds.
A "no" vote opposed authorizing the school district to issue $75,541,000 to fund improvements to technology systems and levy a tax to repay the bonds.

Proposition CAustin Independent School District, Texas, Proposition C, Stadium Facilities Bond Measure (November 2022)
A "yes" vote supported authorizing the school district to issue $47,434,000 to fund improvements to stadium facilities and levy a tax to repay the bonds.
A "no" vote opposed authorizing the school district to issue $47,434,000 to fund improvements to stadium facilities and levy a tax to repay the bonds.

Travis County Ballot Measures

Proposition AAustin Community College District, Texas, Proposition A, Facilities Bond Measure (November 2022)
A "yes" vote supported authorizing the school district to issue $770 million to fund building improvements for workforce training and general education programs and levy a tax to repay the bonds.
A "no" vote opposed authorizing the school district to issue $770 million to fund building improvements for workforce training and general education programs and levy a tax to repay the bonds.
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