Voters approve 2 out of 5 bond propositions in Georgetown ISD

Voting results are in for Georgetown ISD bond election. (Courtesy Pexels)
Voting results are in for Georgetown ISD bond election. (Courtesy Pexels)

Voting results are in for Georgetown ISD bond election. (Courtesy Pexels)

Posted 11:25 p.m. Nov 2

Voters in Georgetown ISD approved two out of five bond proposition Nov. 2, totaling $381.7 million that will pay for future infrastructure and amenities in the district.

Proposition A passed with 56.2% and 7,219 votes. The proposition includes $333.4 million package and focuses on growth and infrastructure.

Proposition B passed with 56.42% and 7,257 votes. The proposition has an issuance of $16.5 million acquiring technology for Georgetown schools.

Proposition C failed with 45.4% for, 54.6% against and would have included $7.3 million renovations to the Klett Performing Arts Center.


Proposition D failed with 38.87% for and 61.13% against. This proposition included $23.6 million to construct a district wide swim facility while partnering with the YMCA for other amenities.

Proposition E failed with 43.28% for and 56.72% against. This proposition included $850,000 to renovate school tennis courts and amenities.

Results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted 9:55 p.m. Nov. 2

The Georgetown ISD bond election is underway, and early polling results are in with propositions A and B leading at the polls.

Proposition A: 57.54% for, 42.46% against

Some 5,653 votes are in favor of Proposition A, a $333.4 million package focusing on the growth of Georgetown ISD. Proposition A includes construction of two new elementary schools, a new middle school, construction of a career and technical education/future ready complex, construction of agriculture barns at East View and Georgetown High School, and design of a third high school in the district.

Proposition B: 58.21% for, 41.79% against

Some 5,728 votes are in favor of Proposition B, which includes $16.5 million to acquire more computing devices for students and staff, data center equipment and technology infrastructure that is geared toward growth.

Proposition C: 46.71% for, 53.29% against

The issuance of what would be $7.3 million in renovations to the Klett Performing Arts Center.

Proposition D: 39.22% for, 60.78% against

The issuance of $23.6 million to construct a districtwide swim facility that includes a 50-meter pool in line with competitive standards as well as a diving well. In partnership with the city, the YMCA will build a splash pad, recreation pool and offer programming that includes swim lessons, lifeguarding and water safety instructions.

Proposition E: 44.01% for, 55.99% against

The issuance of $850,000 to resurface school tennis courts and renovate Georgetown High School Tennis Complex, which includes expanded walkways between courts, fence work to improve security and sightlines for spectators, new concessions and storage buildings.

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