The November 2nd Election ballot contains 8 amendments to the Texas Constitution, called “Propositions.” If approved by the voters, these Propositions will impact the lives of Texans. Have you looked at your sample ballot yet? You can pull up your sample ballot on harrisvotes.com/sampleballotsfortbendvotes.org or vote411.org.
The League of Women Voters have prepared these short videos explaining why your vote matters and a summary of each proposition.
Each video is divided into 3 segments: (1) a description of the Proposition; (2) the arguments of proponents who are in favor of approving the Proposition; and (3) the arguments of opponents who are against approving the Proposition. The League of Women Voters, nor the District K office is suggesting how you should vote but definitely want you to be an informed voter.
Your Vote Matters!  https://youtu.be/wm7RUtNssFU
Watch a short video on Prop. 1: https://youtu.be/cOmWA1pDfq0
Watch a short video on Prop. 2: https://youtu.be/mWn3GnqGE2o
Watch a short video on Prop. 3: https://youtu.be/ncFEnVq6sTs
Watch a short video on Prop. 4: https://youtu.be/tm1zHQMscz8
Watch a short video on Prop. 5: https://youtu.be/yH1J6v98dSU
Watch a short video on Prop. 6: https://youtu.be/jCJGSS1EQgk
Watch a short video on Prop. 7:  https://youtu.be/lziZRjGi2PQ
Watch a short video on Prop. 8: https://youtu.be/-QaJnSpny9g
There are also 5 seats on the Houston Independent School District school board that are up for general election on November 2nd. Print out your sample ballot and make sure you vote for your local Board Trustee along with the 8 state-wide propositions.
The electoral process is at its strongest when our community is informed and engaged!

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District K residents you are invited to email your community questions/concerns and RSVP to:
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Southwest Livable Centers Study
District K- We Want to Hear From You

Livable Centers are places where people can live, work, and play with less reliance on their cars. They encourage a complementary mix of land uses that are designed to be walkable, connected, and accessible by multiple modes of transportation, including; bus, bike, foot, or vehicle (multi-modal). The program works with local communities to reimagine auto-focused infrastructure, policies, and programs to be more multi-modal friendly. As we continue to improve our community we want to hear from you. How can we improve the place you call home? We need your input!
Find out more on the the Southwest Livable Centers Study by visiting the District K web page at: https://www.houstontx.gov/council/k/livable-centers-study.html.
Take the community survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SouthwestHouston.
Register for the public meeting via this link: Southwest Livable Centers Study Public Meeting Registration.