Information for Voters in Kerr County Sponsored by the League of Women Voters
KERRVILLE—VOTE411.org is a nonpartisan election resource offered by the League of Women Voters of the United States. This website provides the pros and cons for the 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. The League of Women Voters of the Hill Country Texas has added information on the City Charter amendments for the City of Kerrville election. A voter enters the address on their voter registration card and can access information on the statewide election and the local election.
The VOTE411.org list provides the 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution as they appear on the ballot, and the pros and cons of each amendment as written by the League of Women Voters of Texas. The amendments and the pros and cons are published in English and in Spanish. In addition, voters can read the pros and cons of the 18 amendments to the Kerrville City Charter in English and in Spanish as written by LWV-Hill Country. Only voters who live in the city limits of Kerrville are eligible to cast a ballot for the City Charter amendments. The League does not support or oppose any amendment, so voters can compare the pro and con of each amendment and make a decision about whether to vote for the amendment or against the amendment.
The League of Women Voters - Hill County urges voters to check the Kerr County Elections Department website for information on Early Voting and Election Day information, as well as to view a sample ballot for their precinct.
League of Women Voters of the Hill Country, Texas is a nonpartisan organization focused on registering citizens to vote, educating citizens on candidates and issues, and mobilizing citizens to vote. Visit the League website: lwvhillcountrytexas.org for more information or contact presidentlwvhc [at] gmail.com.