Vote YES on Travis County Prop A

WHAT IS PROPOSITION A?

Travis County Prop A authorizes the planning, acquisition, development, construction, renovation and financing of the new and existing Travis County Exposition facilities. The ballot referendum would reallocate a portion of hotel occupancy tax not to exceed 2%.

 

 Why Vote Yes on TRAVIS COUNTY Prop A?

No new taxes for Travis County taxpayers.

Expanded and renovated Travis County Exposition Center

 

New facility will create economic opportunities through increased tourism and special events

 
 

Positive impact for community and families throughout all of Central Texas

 
 
 

Will nurture the traditionally under-served Eastern portions of Austin and Travis County

 

various events have done amazing work through access to the expo center. see how:


Vote YES on TRAVIS COUNTY Prop A | November 5

VOTE YES ON TRAVIS COUNTY PROP a

Early voting takes place October 21-November 1. Election Day is on November 5, 2019. Engage your friends and colleagues to get involved and vote YES on Prop A.


Endorsements

We appreciate the support and endorsement for Travis County Prop A from the following individuals and groups.

  • Ellen Troxclair, Former Austin City Council Member

  • Kevin Fowler

  • Nelson Linder, President of NAACP Austin

  • Nolan Ryan

  • Rob Golding, CEO of Rodeo Austin

  • Sarah Eckhardt, Travis County Judge

  • Austin Environmental Democrats

  • Travis County Republican Party


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