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(Bob Daemmrich)

The highly contentious Prop A—a proposition that would require minimum staffing levels for the Austin Police Department—failed to pass as complete election results came in Tuesday night. On the other hand, Prop B—a land exchange deal—passed.

Here are the unofficial results for all 140 voting centers in Travis County:

Prop A
For: 31.12%
Against: 68.88%

Prop B
For: 73.70%
Against: 26.30%
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(Bob Daemmrich)

It's Election Day, meaning it's the last day to head to the polls to vote on two propositions in Austin—including the contentious Prop A, which would add more police officers to the Austin Police Department—and eight state constitutional amendments.

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Early voting begins on Oct. 18 for the November election. (Austonia)

Austin is gearing up for another election, where voters will decide the fate of two local propositions—one being the highly contested police department reform ordinance—and eight state constitutional amendments.

Here's everything you need to know to head to the polls.

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From top right clockwise, former Austin mayors Lee Leffingwell (2009-2015), Lee Cooke (1988-1991) and Ron Mullen (1983-1985) and Austin City Council Member Mackenzie Kelly, endorse Prop A.

As No Way on Prop A gets backed by local political names like Mayor Steve Adler and most council members, Save Austin Now has added its own political power to its campaign.

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