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November 2nd Election information

todayNovember 1, 2021

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Election Day is Tuesday, November 2 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and registered voters will be deciding on 8 propositions, ranging from issues regarding religious freedom, gambling and exemptions for spouses of veterans. Videos are available on each of the 8 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution that explain the proposition and the pros and cons at:

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan civic organization which encourages informed and active participation in government by citizens. Citizens can view printed copies of Voter Guides at local libraries and also visit

Voters need to bring with them a photo ID to their respective polling location, and curbside voting is available. Individuals must vote in the precinct assigned to them as stated on their Voter Registration Card.

According to Kerr County Tax Assessor-Collector Bob Reeves, amendment elections typically experience lower voter turnout than in presidential election years. Kerr County will be combining several precincts for efficiency reasons as well as to save on election costs.

Precincts 101, 107, 109, 113, 118 and 119 will all cast their ballots at the River Hills Mall, 200 Sidney Baker Street, in Kerrville.

Precincts 202, 211, 215 and 220 will vote at Union Church, 101 Travis Street, in Kerrville.

Precinct 3 will consist of precincts 303, 308, 312 and 314. These voters will need to go to the Cailloux Center, 910 Main Street.

Finally, Precinct 4, which encompasses precincts 404, 405, 406, 410, 416 and 417 will cast their ballots at City West Church, 3139 Junction Highway, in Ingram.

Some voters in the county will be deciding on whether or not to create Kerr County Emergency District No. 3, which would serve Center Point and the eastern portion of Kerr County and other areas outside the county for mutual aid. Emergency Service Districts are local political subdivisions of the State of Texas that may provide Fire, Rescue, EMS and other emergency services.

Election for the creation of the Kerr County Emergency District No. 4, if passed, would serve the western portion of Kerr County and other areas outside the county for mutual aid. Each ESD in Kerr County is governed by a Board of five commissioners, appointed by the County Commissioners Court.

Gillespie County’s registered voters make up 15 precincts. Voters must vote in the precinct assigned which is stated on their Voter Registration Card. For additional information visit: info.

Kendall County participates in the Countywide Polling Place Program which means any registered voter of Kendall County may vote at any of the 11 Vote Center Locations. Some Kendall County voters will be deciding on a Comal ISD Bond and Comal ISD Tax Ratification. For additional information visit:


Written by: Michelle Layton

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