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Constitutional Amendment Order Decided for November 2, 2021 Election
Jul30

Constitutional Amendment Order Decided for November 2, 2021 Election

AUSTIN, Texas – Deputy Secretary of State Joe Esparza today drew the ballot order for the 8 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution that will appear on the Nov. 2 ballot. In order to appear on the ballot, the proposed amendments must be approved by at least two-thirds of the members of both the Texas Senate and the Texas House of Representatives. Texans will have the opportunity to approve the following amendments with a...

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A Quick Look At The 10 Proposed Amendments To Texas Constitution
Oct28

A Quick Look At The 10 Proposed Amendments To Texas Constitution

Texas voters have an opportunity to weigh in on nearly a dozen topics which could affect individuals, families and businesses by casting ballots in the Nov. 5 constitutional amendments election. The 10 proposed amendment to the state constitution will impact education, parks, taxes, cancer research, people in disaster areas, flood zones and even retired police dogs. Voters are cautioned to read the proposals carefully as the wording...

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Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections
Oct23

Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections

Early voting by personal appearance begins Monday, Oct. 21, in the Constitutional Amendments, Cumby ISD, North Hopkins ISD and Cumby mayoral elections. Early voting begins Monday in three local elections — the North Hopkins Independent School District Board of Trustees, City of Cumby Mayor and Cumby ISD bond — as well as for 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. All Texas voters are asked to cast ballots for 10...

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Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections
Oct19

Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections

Early voting by personal appearance begins Monday, Oct. 21, in the Constitutional Amendments, Cumby ISD, North Hopkins ISD and Cumby mayoral elections. Early voting begins Monday in three local elections — the North Hopkins Independent School District Board of Trustees, City of Cumby Mayor and Cumby ISD bond — as well as for 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. All Texas voters are asked to cast ballots for 10...

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Filing For 3 Places On Cumby City Council Ends Aug. 16
Aug16

Filing For 3 Places On Cumby City Council Ends Aug. 16

Hopkins County Commissioners Court Calls For Nov. 2 Constitutional Election, Voting Center Relocation Texas voters, including those residing in Hopkins County, will be asked Nov. 2 to consider proposals which would amend the state Constitution. Cumby voters could also be asked to vote for their choices for three places on Cumby City Council on Nov. 2, 2021. Cumby City Council Election Filing for Cumby City Council opened on July 17...

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County To Purchase 10 Acres Of Property in Precinct 3
Nov15

County To Purchase 10 Acres Of Property in Precinct 3

Election Results Canvassed, Victims Services Agreement Approved Hopkins County Commissioners Court, during a special called meeting Friday morning, gave approval for Precinct 3 Commissioner Wade Bartley to begin the process to purchase 10 acres of land. Commissioners also canvassed the election results and approved an agreement to provide victim services. Property Proposal Precinct 3 Commissioner Wade Bartley proposed purchasing 10...

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Election Results
Nov06

Election Results

Hopkins County voters have had their say, and were in favor of one local proposition, against another, decided school trustees in North Hopkins ISD, their choice for mayor in Cumby, preferences for a utility versus water district for Lake Fork and weighed in on proposed Constitutional Amendments as well. Results of the Nov. 5 elections in Hopkins County are listed below. Elections that include more than 1 district and state-wide...

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Election Results: Early Voting
Nov05

Election Results: Early Voting

Hopkins County Early and Absentee Voting Election Results are listed below. Elections that include more than one district or county , or are state-wide will reflect only Hopkins County results, not final tallies. City of Cumby Mayor Cumby residents who cast early ballots were nearly 62 percent in favor of Horne. Doug Simmerman — 8Ryan Horne — 13 Cumby ISD Bond In the early ballots, 60 percent of voters were in favor of the...

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Hopkins County Voters To Cast Ballots In 6 Elections
Nov04

Hopkins County Voters To Cast Ballots In 6 Elections

Voting will be conducted in Hopkins County from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, for six different elections. Registered Hopkins county voters may cast ballots Election Day at any of the designated voting centers throughout the county. Additional voting information for all six election, including sample ballots can be found on the Hopkins County website. Constitutional Amendments All registered Texas voters who did not cast ballots...

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Early Voting Continues In JP 2 Courtroom With Extended Hours Thursday
Oct31

Early Voting Continues In JP 2 Courtroom With Extended Hours Thursday

All early voting in Hopkins County is being conducted at the Courthouse Annex, 128 Jefferson St. (tax and registration office), in Sulphur Springs. Early voting continues this week with early voting hours extended until 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, in the Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Courtroom in the Courthouse Annex, 128 Jefferson St., in all city, school, regional and constitutional amendment election. Early voting by personal...

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