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09/22/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Proposition 1 on the November 3 statewide ballot will lower your property taxes. But you can’t vote for Prop 1 if your voter registration isn’t current.

October 5 is the deadline to register to vote in the November election. If you moved, update your voter information here. Or if you’re not registered to vote, fill out and submit this application

Why do you want to vote for Prop 1? It lowers your property taxes by increasing the state-mandated homestead exemption. Prop 1 also prohibits state and local governments from imposing a tax on real estate transactions—which means you won’t ever have to pay a sales tax if you buy or sell property in Texas.

Learn more about why you should vote for Proposition 1 on the November 3 statewide ballot at texansforprop1.com

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Categories: Governmental Affairs
Tags: proposition 1, homeowners, election

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