City of Austin
- Proposition A: The $250 million in General Obligation (GO) bonds and notes would go toward affordable rental housing, homeownership programs, home repairs and acquiring land for future use.
- Proposition G: The $160 million in GO Bonds and notes would go towards repairing, replacing, or upgrading existing transportation infrastructure components throughout the City. This includes existing streets, curbs ramps, sidewalks, and drainage.
- Proposition J: A new city ordinance would be adopted to require both a waiting period and voter approval to make major changes (comprehensive revisions) to the City’s land development code. This new process could take up to three years.
City of Houston
- Proposition A: The city charter would be amended to establish a dedicated pay-as-you-go fund for flooding, drainage, and street repair projects, a continuation from the voter authorized 2010 Rebuild Houston Street and Drainage Program.
City of San Antonio
- Proposition A: The city charter would be amended to expand the types of ordinances that would be subject to public vote – including, but not limited to, levying a tax, zoning and rezoning of property, fixing public utility rates, etc. The charter would be amended to increase the number of days from 40 to 180 days for a petition that can be filed for a referendum after City Council approval on an ordinance and that no more than 20,000 signatures of registered are required a referendum petition.