League of Women Voters Hosts Town Hall on Propositions 6 and 14 Tuesday, Last Day to Register to Vote

dried up water well
Proposition 6 would create a new special state treasury fund called the Texas Water Fund to support the cleanup of the state's aging water resources and infrastructure. Image courtesy of the Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation report on Texas's groundwater supplies.

The League of Women Voters of the Comal Area hosts a town hall Tuesday about two proposed amendments to the Texas State Constitution that would invest $1 billion in the development of new water sources and another $1 billion for the creation of new state parks.

Colin McDonald, senior policy analyst with the Texas Water Foundation and Kevin Good, president of Texans for State Parks, discuss how propositions 6 and 14,  if passed on Nov. 23, would benefit the Comal Area.

The town hall starts at 6 p.m. at the McKenna Events Center, 801 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels, and is co-hosted by the Comal County Conservation Alliance

Tuesday also is the last day to register or update your registration for voting in the Nov. 7 Constitutional Amendments election.

Early voting starts Monday, Oct. 23. The last day to register to vote by mail is Friday, Oct. 27.

People who turn 18 by election day are old enough to register if they are at least 17 months, 10 years old when they register.

For more information visit the League’s voter information site, vote411.org.

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