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2019 Texas Constitutional Amendment Election

Half of registered Texas voters turned out in 2018. Just 12% turned out this year.

Turnout in odd-numbered years has always been historically low. While this year’s turnout is higher than in 2017, it's still overwhelmingly low.

Campaign workers make pitches to voters outside the Metropolitan Multi-Service Center in Houston on Nov. 5, 2019.

How easy is it to amend the Texas Constitution?

Do people vote on the whole ballot?

Why was Proposition 4 so popular?

Which counties had higher turnout than others?

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