Tuesday, November 4 is Election Day. In addition to several state, city, and county contests, voters will elect members to ACC’s Board of Trustees and decide three measures involving the college: two bond propositions and a proposal to raise the cap on the college’s maintenance and operations tax rate.
Bond, tax cap election information
The ACC Bond and Tax Cap Election website includes detailed information about the three proposals.
- Projects in Proposition 1 include but are not limited to ACC Highland Phase II, a Leander campus, and land for a future workforce center.
- Projects in Proposition 2 include but are not limited to older campus renovations and training facilities at Hays and Elgin campuses.
- Revenue from the tax cap increase would fund existing projects and new initiatives, relieve pressure to raise tuition, and help hire and retain high-caliber faculty and staff.
Board of Trustees election
View The ballot is set for ACC’s Board of Trustees election for information about the trustee candidates. Note: Robert (Bob) Allen has withdrawn from the election.
Where to vote
For county-specific voting information and locations, follow these links:
- Travis County Voter Information
- Williamson County Election Department
- Bastrop County Elections
- Hays County Elections and Voting
Go to the Texas Secretary of State website for detailed information about voting.
ACC’s Hays, Highland, Northridge, Pinnacle, Rio Grande, and South Austin campuses are Election Day voting locations; students and employees should anticipate heavier traffic in those areas.Back to Top