The Austin Young Chamber endorses the bond propositions proposed by the Austin City Council and urges all Austinites to vote for them this November
Along with all Austinites, many Austin Young Chamber members will have the chance to vote for seven (7) bond propositions (Propositions A – G) on Tuesday, November 6.
The Young Chamber encourages its members and all eligible Austin-area voters to cast their ballots in support of the propositions.
Our organization is particularly excited about Proposition A, which represents a $250 million investment in Affordable Housing for our city. This proposition would provide funding for the creation, rehabilitation, and retention of affordable rental and ownership housing.
Why we support the 2018 Bond
A few of the considerations influencing the Young Chamber’s endorsement include:
- Our members and members’ current/future children stand to benefit from the 2018 Bond’s impact;
- Municipal borrowing rates remain relatively low;
- Maintenance is cheaper than repair; we should tackle infrastructure issues now to offset higher costs in the future.
Join us in supporting the Bond on election day, November 6.
For more information:
Review information about the BOND ELECTION ADVISORY TASK FORCE to understand the process for how the City developed the propositions.
Visit Austin Together for more information on the propositions and a list of bond supporters, including Mayor Adler, mayoral candidates, and current Council Members candidates.
Are you registered to vote?
Not sure if you registered to vote? You have until October 9 to make sure you are eligible for the November 6 election.
Important Upcoming Dates:
- October 9 – Last day to register to vote
- October 22 – First day of in-person early voting
- October 26 – Last day to apply for a ballot by mail
- November 2 – Last day of in-person early voting
- November 6 – Election Day