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Texans will decide eight proposed amendments to the state Constitution on Nov. 2. Here’s what you need to know.

Two proposed amendments — one regarding religious services and another related to nursing home visitors — stem from restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Early voting begins Oct. 18.

Voters cast their ballots at the Great Baptist Hills Church in Austin in July.

Proposition 1: rodeo raffles

Proposition 2: tax financing for county infrastructure

Proposition 3: restrictions on religious services

Proposition 4: state judge eligibility

Proposition 5: judicial misconduct process

Proposition 6: essential caregiver designation

Proposition 7: property tax exemptions for bereaved families

Proposition 8: property tax exemptions for military families

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