This November, Texas voters will decide to ratify or reject 14 separate constitutional amendments dealing with taxation, infrastructure, public employee retirement, and more. This guide examines each proposed amendment and offers insight and analysis.

Key points

– On November 7, 2023, Texans will vote on 14 constitutional amendments covering a wide array of issues.

– The proposed amendments will ask voters to consider historic property tax relief, infrastructure funding, officeholder restrictions, and more.

– An amendment only becomes part of the Texas Constitution if a simple majority votes in favor of the proposition.

– Since its adoption in 1876, the Texas Constitution has been amended 517 times.