Beginning October 18, Texans will have the opportunity to change the Texas Constitution in ways that will impact generations to come by casting their vote for or against eight proposed Constitutional Amendments. To assist voters in better understanding both sides of the propositions, the Grimes County Republican Women will host an amendment panel at its October 19 luncheon. Each amendment with pros and cons will be presented along with opportunity for questions and discussion.
Some of the propositions to be put before voters include allowing a county to issue bonds for infrastructure, the government’s ability to prohibit or limit religious services, designating essential caregivers for in-person visitation and property tax exemptions.
The GCRW lunch meeting will be held at the Grand Star Conference Center at 7506 CR 204 off SH 105 between Plantersville and Montgomery, 1 mile past Bernhardt Winery.
Meet and greet begins at 11 a.m. Lunch, speaker, and business meeting kick off at 11:30. Adjournment is approximately 1 p.m.
Lunch is $10. Please RSVP to President Teddi Jackson, email@example.com, or call (936) 894- 1967. Gentlemen are also welcomed to attend.
Early voting begins Oct. 18 – Oct. 29 with Election Day on Nov. 2. For additional information on times and locations, go to www.grimescountytexas.gov/page/Elections.