Tuesday, November 2, 2021
Early Voting Starts October 18, 2021
See your ballot, find your polling location, and more at votecomal.com.
NEW BRAUNFELS ISD SPECIAL ELECTION
ON THE BALLOT:
Proposition A: School Facilities
- Ninth Grade Center Conversion to Long Creek HS
- NBHS On-Site Replacement
- Elementary School #11 in Veramendi Development
- Carl Schurtz Conversion to Student Academic Programs
- Klein Road/Voss Farm Additions
- Playgrounds & Shade Structures
- HVAC Upgrades
- Buses & District Fleet
- Zipp Road Extension & Traffic Lights
Proposition B: District Stadiums
- LCHS (Varsity Competition Stadium)
- NBHS Pressbox
Proposition C: Technology
COMAL ISD SPECIAL ELECTION
ON THE BALLOT:
Proposition A: Voter Approved Tax Ratification Election (vaTRE)
The Voter Approved Tax Ratification Election (VATRE) will generate additional local revenue to provide teachers and staff with additional compensation and to fund new teaching positions to meet student enrollment growth. To learn more about Proposition A, VATRE, click here.
Proposition B: Growth and Investment
Approximately $411.3 million of Bond 2021 will fund items related to growth and investment in Comal ISD. To learn more about Proposition B, click here.
Proposition C: Athletic Facilities
Approximately $61.4 million of Bond 2021 will fund items related to recreational facilities in Comal ISD. To learn more about Proposition C, click here.
Proposition D: Stadium Expansions
Approximately $20.3 million of Bond 2021 will fund stadium capacity expansion at Canyon Lake and Davenport High Schools. To learn more about Proposition D, click here.
Proposition E: Instructional Technology
Approximately $34.5 million of Bond 2021 will provide funding for teacher and student instructional technology. To learn more about Proposition E, click here.
There are eight Texas Constitutional amendments on the ballot in the November election. Our thanks to the offices of Texas House Representative Donna Howard (District 48) for the following infographic, which outlines the propositions:
Learn more about the Constitutional Amendment election at the League of Women Voters website.
MIDTERM ELECTIONS: NOVEMBER 8, 2022
Watch this space for information about the 2022 election, including candidates, voter registration information, and how and where to vote.