Unofficial results: all 4 Liberty Hill ISD bond propositions pass

Preliminary May 1 election results are in. (Courtesy Liberty Hill ISD)
Preliminary May 1 election results are in. (Courtesy Liberty Hill ISD)

Preliminary May 1 election results are in. (Courtesy Liberty Hill ISD)

Updated 10:24 p.m. May 1

All four propositions in Liberty Hill ISD's nearly $500 million bond have passed, according to unofficial results.

The $491.7 million bond will invest in new infrastructure and facilities updates due to increasing growth of the district.

With all precincts reporting, 67.46% of votes were in favor of Proposition A, 68.52% of votes were in favor of Proposition B, 56.97% of votes were in favor of Proposition C, and 51.17% of votes were in favor of Proposition D.

All results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit to see results from all local elections in your community.

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Early voting results show approval for all four Liberty Hill ISD bond proposals, according to Williamson County Elections Department.

As of 7:05 p.m., results showed about 71.06% of votes in favor of Proposition A; 72.68% of voters are in favor of Proposition B; 61.39% of votes are in favor of Proposition C; and 55.16% of votes are in favor of Proposition D.

Proposition A, of $457.7 million, would construct two new elementary schools, a new third middle school and a new second high school. It would also expand and complete renovations at Liberty Hill Elementary and Louine Noble Elementary schools, Liberty Hill Middle and Santa Rita Middle schools, and Liberty Hill High School.

It would also improve career and technical education facilities, districtwide campus security and technology infrastructure as well as support land acquisition and designs for future schools, among other needs.

Proposition B, of $8 million, would purchase new technology devices for students and staff.

Proposition C, of $6 million, would expand the Liberty Hill High School stadium with additional 5,000-seat capacity and additional restrooms that are Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant.

Proposition D, of $20 million, would build a new stadium for new High School No. 2 with competition field and seats.

Approximately 1,385 LHISD students live in Georgetown, according to district officials. Another 238 live in Leander.

If approved by voters, this bond will be accomplished without an increase to the district’s tax rate, due to rapid growth in the area, officials said. However, increasing property values could result in higher taxes.

The LHISD board of trustees called for a $491.7 million bond election with four propositions in February.

All results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit to see results from all local elections in your community.
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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