Tarrant County has had three elections since the start of 2013, and in each election, under seven percent of registered voters cast a ballot. 

On Nov. 5, Tarrant County voters will have another chance to cast their ballots from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The ballots have several propositions, some notable ones mentioned below:

Propositions I and II aim to issue approximately a combined $460 million towards the “construction, renovation, acquisition and equipment of school buildings and the purchase of necessary sites for school buildings and the levying of the tax in payment thereof.

Proposition III declares about $30 million to go towards the purchasing of new school buses and equipment of school buildings.

Proposition 2 requests the elimination of an “obsolete requirement” for both a State Medical Education Board and a State Medical Education Fund, neither of which is operational at the moment.

Proposition 6 proposes the providing for the creation of the State Water Implementation Fund for Texas as well as the State Water Implementation Revenue Fund for Texas. Each fund will assist in the financing of priority projects in the state water plan, thus ensuring the availability of adequate water resources.

Although this is a statewide election, the ballots may be different in correspondence with the respective town or precinct.

All voters that wish to cast a ballot in person must present an approved form of identification.

Additional information such as bus routes, hours, contact information and addresses can be found at the Tarrant County election website.