Politics & Government

Voters guide: Tarrant County school bonds and Texas constitutional amendments

Are you ready to head to the polls to cast your ballot in the Nov. 5 election?

If you don’t know what’s on the ballot, or what the issues are, the Star-Telegram can help.

What’s on the ballot

Texans: Get ready to vote on updating the state’s 143-year-old constitution

Tarrant voters: What races are on the Nov. 5 ballot? Take a look

Texans: Want to save the lives of retiring police dogs and horses? Head to the polls

Texans will be asked to ban income taxes. Why that brings fears of unintended consequences

Palo Pinto Mountains State Park could benefit from amendment. It needs donations first

A fresh voice is coming to the Fort Worth school board. Here’s the message

These school districts are pitching bond programs

Why does Arlington need another school bond? The age of some schools is one reason

Azle voters are asked to spend $79.8 million on a stadium, other upgrades

Everman voters asked to spend $40 million for new classrooms, restrooms, roofs

Keller voters asked to OK $315 million for new schools, security, athletic fields

Aledo voters must decide whether to OK a $149.9 million bond program for schools

What’s different?

New voting machines in Tarrant County. Here’s a first look at how they work

New $11 million electronic voting machines should greet Tarrant voters in November

Editorial Board recommendations

We recommend voting this way on Texas income tax proposal, other state propositions

Here’s what voters should do on Tarrant County College’s $825 million bond proposal

Here’s how Arlington ISD residents should vote on district’s $966 million bond proposal

We recommend this candidate for Fort Worth school board special election

We recommend Keller residents vote this way on school district’s $315 million bond

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Anna M. Tinsley grew up in a journalism family and has been a reporter for the Star-Telegram since 2001. She has covered the Texas Legislature and politics for more than two decades and has won multiple awards for political reporting, most recently a third place from APME for deadline writing. She is a Baylor University graduate.