AUSTIN— Today, the Texas Public Policy Foundation published the report Metroplex Elections: November 2019.
“Dallas-Fort Worth residents will consider many different ballot questions on topics ranging from bond propositions to tax ratification elections to the allocation of local sales tax revenue and more,” said Shelby Sterling, J.D., policy analyst with the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
“Voters have a lot to decide in Collin, Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant counties,” said Texas Public Policy Foundation’s James Quintero. “Across the Metroplex, there are at least 30 separate ballot questions involving public money. It’s important that voters have a firm grasp on the facts before saying Yes or No.”
- Voters will consider an assortment of different proposition I the upcoming November elections.
- The bond propositions could allocate funds to a wide range of different areas, including schools, transportation, city facilities, and more.
- Excluding constitutional amendments and candidate elections, 30 separate questions involving public money will be pitched to all Metroplex voters.
To read Metroplex Elections: November 2019 in full, click here: