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Elections

Summaries

KP-0140
Ken Paxton

Election judges, alternate election judges, and early-voting clerks are public officers and must take the constitutional oath of office under Texas Constitution article XVI, section 1, in addition to the statutory election officer's oath.|Oath of office - election judges, alternate election judges, and early-voting clerks are public officers and must take the constitutional oath of office under Texas Constitution article XVI, section 1.

KP-0286
Ken Paxton

Repeal of a road tax may be accomplished by an election to repeal ordered by the commissioners court pursuant to Transportation Code section 256.053.

KP-0301
Ken Paxton

Constable’s statements to run for office were not made in requisite public setting, and without more, a petition with the minimum number of signatures to waive the filing fee for a place on the ballot does not amount to an announcement of candidacy.

KP-0311
Ken Paxton

A county may call a bond election to fund improvements to city streets that are integral or a connecting link to the county’s roads or state highways.