"The Texas economy took a big step forward tonight. This vote will allow communities across Texas to secure the water resources needed to foster private-sector growth and economic opportunity. Job-creators will know that Texas has the water supply they need, and towns and cities will be better prepared for prolonged drought conditions."
VOTE YES on Proposition 6 on November 5th
Key Election Dates
- Apply for Ballot by Mail - Sept. 6
- Last Day to Register to Vote - Oct. 7
- Early Voting Starts - Oct. 21
- Early Voting Ends - Nov. 1
- Election Day - Nov. 5
About Proposition 6
PROPOSITION 6 SECURES A LONG TERM
WATER SUPPLY FOR THE NEXT 50 YEARS
- Does NOT raise taxes on citizens or businesses
- Protects our growing cities, businesses, farmers and ranchers against future drought
- Provides the water Texas needs to attract jobs and grow the economy
- Secures our long-term water needs through conservation efforts and water projects including the construction of new pipelines and reservoirs
- Provides local control by allowing water districts and municipalities to determine water projects and oversee how the money is being spent
HOUSTON, TX – Believe it or not, republicans, democrats, corporate lobbyists and environmental advocates have finally agreed on something: they all support Proposition 6.
The Cedar Park Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has passed two resolutions at recent board meetings.
The first resolution is in support of Proposition 6, which allows for the funding of the Texas Water Plan to be implemented. The second resolution is in support of the Williamson County road and park bonds. Both of these items will be on the Nov. 5 ballot.