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The Austin Chamber of Commerce provides timely information to Central Texas voters through Keep Austin Voting. For every general election, traditionally held in May or November, the Chamber updates key information that voters need to cast their ballots. Prior to early voting, check back here for links to resources including voter registration, polling locations, and candidate websites.

Early Voting Period Now Open; Vote "Yes" on Prop 6

The Austin Chamber supports Proposition 6 and encourages you vote “yes” to help secure Texas’ water future. This is the most fiscally responsible way to increase our water supply without raising taxes and creates thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic development for Texas. Early voting runs October 21 through November 1. Mark your calendar for Election Day on November 5th.

Key Voting Dates:
October 7: Last Day to Register to Vote (Monday)
October 21: Early Voting Begins (Monday)
November 1: End of Early Voting (Friday)
November 5: Election Day (Tuesday)

Click here for your Proposition 6 Fact Sheet.

Additionally, the Chamber has endorsed the affordable housing bonds on the November 5 election ballot.
Please visit the Chamber's web page on the affordable housing bond election to learn more.


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Support Proposition 3: Expanding the Freeport Tax Exemption

Prop 3 gives local taxing jurisdictions the option to extend the Freeport property tax exemption on aircraft parts for up to two years. Texas is one of only 11 states in the country that has any type of inventory tax, forcing manufacturers to move their inventories – and sometimes their entire operations – out of Texas. The current Freeport law is particularly challenging to Texas's 240 aerospace and aircraft manufacturers, who provide over 200,000 jobs and contribute nearly $49 billion annually to the state's economy. Passing Proposition 3 will help Texas aerospace and aircraft manufacturers to maintain their competitive standing, thus keeping jobs and tax revenue here at home.

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