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Texas voters overwhelmingly approve both statewide propositions in special election

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UPDATE: EL PASO, Texas -- Texas voters overwhelmingly approve both statewide constitutional amendments that will lower property taxes.

More than one million Texans voted to approve both propositions 1 and 2 on the special election ballot. Both propositions will decrease the amount of property tax homeowners pay each day.

ORIGINAL: EL PASO, Texas -- Polls in Texas are closed for the special election and early returns show there is high support for both statewide propositions on the ballot.

More than 30 percent of counties are reporting votes as of 10:45 p.m. Saturday night, according to the Secretary of State's office. There were two propositions on the ballot and both are seeing strong support.

Proposition 1

The first proposition, Proposition 1, would let homeowners who are disabled or over the age of 65 qualify for having for having school property taxes capped or frozen.

More than 86 percent of Texas voters have voted to approve the proposition.

Proposition 2

The second proposition, Proposition 2, allows homeowners to deduct up to $40,000 from the value of their home before school taxes are levied.

More than 84 percent of Texas voters have voted to approve the proposition.

Check back here for more updates throughout the night at the top of each hour.

Dylan McKim

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  1. According to the El Paso County Elections voter turnout was around 15,000. I’m surprised some morons actually voted against the two propositions.

  2. Most of el pis.so voters are clueless, f.k.g st.U.pid. They treat picking a canidate or a proposition like it’s a multiple choice test. They couldn’t get 25% of an ABCD exam!!! If I need to explain what that means, YOU’RE one of THEM!

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