AUSTIN -- Texans who plan to cast ballots in the Nov. 6 constitutional amendment election have until Tuesday to register to vote.
Sixteen propositions are on the statewide ballot. Including one amendment that would allow for the issuance of up to $3 billion in bonds for cancer research over 10 years.
Another proposed amendment would require the Texas House and Senate to hold recorded votes for the final passage of bills. That means each individual lawmaker's vote would have to be noted and available for view by the public.
Voters across the state also will be deciding local races.
Voter registration applications are available on the Secretary of State Office's Web site, at county voter registrar offices and at most libraries, post offices and high schools.
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