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County-Level Impacts of State Budget Choices


How many residents in your county depend on Medicaid for health care, or are enrolled in community college? Have your community's schools been able to replace the staff lost due to the 2011 budget cuts? Find out with Texas Forward's new county fact sheets, which provide information on the implications for each county of state investments in schools, higher education, and health care.

This PDF contains fact sheets for all 254 counties in alphabetical order.
Source: Fact sheets compiled using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Texas Education Agency, Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission

A

Anderson

Andrews

Angelina

Aransas

Archer

Armstrong

Atascosa

Austin


B

Bailey

Bandera

Bastrop

Baylor

Bee

Bell

Bexar

Blanco

Borden

Bosque

Bowie

Brazoria

Brazos

Brewster

Briscoe

Brooks

Brown

Burleson

Burnet


C

Caldwell

Calhoun

Callahan

Cameron

Camp

Carson

Cass

Castro

Chambers

Cherokee

Childress

Clay

Cochran

Coke

Coleman

Collin

Collingsworth

Colorado

Comal

Comanche

Concho

Cooke

Coryell

Cottle

Crane

Crockett

Crosby

Culberson


D

Dallam

Dallas

Dawson

Deaf Smith

Delta

Denton

DeWitt

Dickens

Dimmit

Donley

Duval


E

Eastland

Ector

Edwards

El Paso

Ellis

Erath


F

Falls

Fannin

Fayette

Fisher

Floyd

Foard

Fort Bend

Franklin

Freestone

Frio

G

Gaines

Galveston

Garza

Gillespie

Glasscock

Goliad

Gonzales

Gray

Grayson

Gregg

Grimes

Guadalupe


H

Hale

Hall

Hamilton

Hansford

Hardeman

Hardin

Harris

Harrison

Hartley

Haskell

Hays

Hemphill

Henderson

Hidalgo

Hill

Hockley

Hood

Hopkins

Houston

Howard

Hudspeth

Hunt

Hutchinson


I

Irion


J

Jack

Jackson

Jasper

Jeff Davis

Jefferson

Jim Hogg

Jim Wells

Johnson

Jones


K

Karnes

Kaufman

Kendall

Kenedy

Kent

Kerr

Kimble

King

Kinney

Kleberg

Knox


L

La Salle

Lamar

Lamb

Lampasas

Lavaca

Lee

Leon

Liberty

Limestone

Lipscomb

Live Oak

Llano

Loving

Lubbock

Lynn


M

Madison

Marion

Martin

Mason

Matagorda

Maverick

McCulloch

McLennan

McMullen

Medina

Menard

Midland

Milam

Mills

Mitchell

Montague

Montgomery

Moore

Morris

Motley

N

Nacogdoches

Navarro

Newton

Nolan

Nueces


O

Ochiltree

Oldham

Orange


P

Palo Pinto

Panola

Parker

Parmer

Pecos

Polk

Potter

Presidio


R

Rains

Randall

Reagan

Real

Red River

Reeves

Refugio

Roberts

Robertson

Rockwall

Runnels

Rusk


S

Sabine

San Augustine

San Jacinto

San Patricio

San Saba

Schleicher

Scurry

Shackelford

Shelby

Sherman

Smith

Somervell

Starr

Stephens

Sterling

Stonewall

Sutton

Swisher


T

Tarrant

Taylor

Terrell

Terry

Throckmorton

Titus

Tom Green

Travis

Trinity

Tyler


U

Upshur

Upton

Uvalde


V

Val Verde

Van Zandt

Victoria


W

Walker

Waller

Ward

Washington

Webb

Wharton

Wheeler

Wichita

Wilbarger

Willacy

Williamson

Wilson

Winkler

Wise

Wood


Y

Yoakum

Young


Z

Zapata

Zavala

Source: Fact sheets compiled using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Texas Education Agency, Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission