CITY OF CISCO THE PROPOSITION: SHALL THE CITY OF CISCO BE AUTHORIZED TO REDUCE THE TYPE A ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SALES TAX FROM ONE-HALF OF ONE PERCENT (0.50%) TO ONE-EIGHTH FO ONE PERCENT (0.125%), AND REDUCE THE TYPE B ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION SALES TAX FROM ONE-HALF OF ONE PERCENT (0.50%) TO ONE-EIGHTH OF ONE PERCENT (0.125%) FOR THE ADOPTION OF A LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX IN THE CITY OF CISCO AT THE RATE OF THREE-FOURTHS OFONE PERCENT (0.75%) TO PROVIDE REVENUE FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF MUNICIPAL STREETS”
FOR — 229 — 44.55%
AGAINST — 285 — 55.45%
Editors note: Originally the total count “against” for the Cisco proposition was entered incorrectly. It has now been corrected. The proposition was defeated……
Voters passed all but one of the ten proposed Texas Constitutional Amendments. Proposition 1 permitting a person to hold more than one office as a municipal judge at the same time received more votes against than for.
The final results for each of the amendments are available on the Texas Secretary of State site.