Who’s on your side in the Nov. 4 election?

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10/20/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

Early voting for the Nov. 4 election runs today through Oct. 31. Here are two ways you can keep the real estate industry strong with your vote.

Support candidates who support your business
Election season means the return of texasrealtorssupport.com. Log in to the updated site to find the TAR-endorsed candidates on your ballot.

Don't miss this chance to help Texas roads
Vehicle-related costs are the No. 1 business expense for many Texas REALTORS®, so you know how important a strong transportation network is to your livelihood.

The Texas Association of REALTORS® strongly supports statewide Proposition 1, the proposed constitutional amendment that would provide billions more in transportation funding with no new taxes, no new fees, no new debt, and no funding for toll roads.

Proposition 1 will appear near the bottom of every Texan’s ballot. Get details at texansforprop1.com

Categories: Governmental Affairs
Tags: election, nov. 4, proposition 1, governmental affairs


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