ROUNDUP: May 1 election results in Georgetown

Catch up on May 1 elections results for Georgetown area elections. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Catch up on May 1 elections results for Georgetown area elections. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Catch up on May 1 elections results for Georgetown area elections. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Catch up on May 1 election results for Georgetown-area elections. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Georgetown mobility bond

Unofficial results: Georgetown mobility bond passes

With all precincts reporting, the $90 million bond passed with nearly 67% of the vote.

Georgetown City Council

Unofficial results: Parr, Pitts win in Georgetown City Council race

With all precincts reporting, District 1 candidate Amanda Parr took 60.39% of the vote, unseating Mary Calixtro, while current District 5 Council Member Kevin Pitts kept his seat with 81.15% of the vote.

Georgetown ISD board of trustees

Unofficial results: Mauldin, Benold take Georgetown ISD board of trustees seats

With all precinct reporting, Place 7 candidate Stephen Benold took 53.49% of the vote, unseating Ben Stewart, while candidate Jen Mauldin took 55.97% for the open Place 6 seat.

Jarrell ISD school bond

Unofficial results: Jarrell ISD bond propositions pass

With all precincts reporting, both Jarrell ISD school bond propositions passed with 72.93% of votes in favor of Proposition A, and 63.78% of votes in favor of Proposition B.

Approximately 4,179 Georgetown voters live in JISD.

Liberty Hill ISD school bond

Unofficial results: all 4 Liberty Hill ISD bond propositions pass

With all precincts reporting, all four Liberty Hill ISD bond propositions passed with 67.46% in favor of Proposition A, 68.52% in favor of Proposition B, 56.97% in favor of Proposition C and 51.17% in favor of Proposition D.

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

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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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