Voters in only four elections earlier this month in Texas communities faced a question about whether to support the issuance of bonds for library improvements.
They were in Round Rock, Val Verde, Friendswood and Seguin. My information comes from a new page at the Texas Comptroller's website that lists the outcome of all Texas bond elections.
The four library issues all passed voter muster.
By far the largest proposal was in Round Rock north of Austin, where voters okayed a $23.2 million bond issue. Seguin approved $14.8 million, and Val Verde, $6 million. The Friendswood proposal was for only $2.5 million.
Progressive communities all.