2011 Constitutional Amendment Election – RESULTS

Unofficial Elections Results

 

RACE NAME PARTY EARLY VOTES PERCENT TOTAL VOTES PERCENT
Prop 1 Tax exemption for surviving spouse of veteran
IN FAVOR 216,844 83.13% 568,959 82.88%
AGAINST 43,992 16.86% 117,520 17.11%
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Race Total 260,836 686,479
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.34% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 2 TX Water Dev Board issue additional bonds not exceed 6 Billion
IN FAVOR 139,296 53.93% 347,614 51.52%
AGAINST 118,948 46.06% 327,076 48.47%
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Race Total 258,244 674,690
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.25% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 3 Issue bonds to finance education loans to students
IN FAVOR 145,090 55.95% 371,957 54.52%
AGAINST 114,205 44.04% 310,211 45.47%
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Race Total 259,295 682,168
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.31% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 4 Permit county to issue bonds for development
IN FAVOR 106,896 42.03% 269,272 40.28%
AGAINST 147,414 57.96% 399,205 59.71%
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Race Total 254,310 668,477
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.20% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 5 Allow city and county to enter interlocal contracts
IN FAVOR 151,756 59.97% 384,083 57.77%
AGAINST 101,287 40.02% 280,681 42.22%
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Race Total 253,043 664,764
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.17% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 6 Gen Land Office distribute revenue for public education
IN FAVOR 177,536 60.19% 346,023 51.57%
AGAINST 117,378 39.80% 324,904 48.42%
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Race Total 294,914 670,927
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.22% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 7 Permit El Paso County to create reclamation districts
IN FAVOR 124,894 50.22% 315,634 48.30%
AGAINST 123,762 49.77% 337,766 51.69%
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Race Total 248,656 653,400
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.08% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 8 Appraisal for ad valorem tax of land devoted to water stewardship
IN FAVOR 121,710 48.68% 309,786 47.00%
AGAINST 128,262 51.31% 349,320 52.99%
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Race Total 249,972 659,106
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.13% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 9 Auth. Gov to pardon a person who completed deferred adjudication
IN FAVOR 147,737 58.03% 383,803 57.31%
AGAINST 106,815 41.96% 285,836 42.68%
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Race Total 254,552 669,639
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.21% 12,841,808 Registered Voters
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RACE NAME
Prop 10 Extend length of unexpired term which trigger automatic resignation
IN FAVOR 144,177 57.03% 371,460 55.94%
AGAINST 108,630 42.96% 292,502 44.05%
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Race Total 252,807 663,962
Early Provisional Ballots Reported 131
Total Provisional Ballots Reported 738
Precincts Reported 7,428 of 7,428 Precincts 100.00%
Statewide Turnout 5.17% 12,841,808 Registered Voters

Constitutional Amendments Results