that is sad not many ppl voted, but was expected.
Is it weird that they all passed nope. One word "politcis".
The low voter turnout is attributed to the day the voting was held on, it's not synonymous w/ general elections that are usually held in november.
Second, the majority, 90% of the propositions, were charitable suggestions or would not have a major impact for texas. Such as giving old fire equipment to cities who cannot afford their own, or freezing tax on ld ppl.
When you disquise prop 12 within these "Its the best thing to do" propositions, then it only seems wise to vote straight ticket. I wouldn't want my doctor to lose a job, and poor aunt sally can barely afford her monthly payments.
Thanks to tons of funding, big business, insurances, and doctors got their way to hold an election on a low voter turnout day.