Updated 9:50 p.m.

Stephanie Blanck, the incumbent Georgetown ISD Place 4 trustee, has maintained a narrow margin to win re-election.

Blanck received 51.54% of the vote, or 3,130 votes, in the May 6 election. Her challenger, Marcos Gonzalez, tallied 2,943 votes, according to final election day results from Williamson County.

"I am extremely humbled and glad that the community voted me back onto the school board because I feel like I have a made a difference in the past three years, but there's so much more to do," Blanck said, referencing the board's role in selecting the next GISD superintendent.

Blanck said she is looking for a superintendent who is data driven and transparent, with a strong curriculum and instruction background.

Posted 7:21 p.m.

Early voting results from Williamson County show Stephanie Blanck, incumbent Georgetown ISD Place 4 trustee, is ahead in a close race against challenger Marcos Gonzalez.

Blanck, who was first elected to the GISD board in November 2020, has received 51.13% of votes, or 2,403 votes. Prior to retiring, she spent 30 years in public education—including 23 at GISD—as a licensed specialist of school psychology, an assistant principal and a director of education.

Gonzalez has garnered 48.87% of the vote, or 2,297 votes. A GISD parent and spouse of a GISD teacher, Gonzalez has 19 years of experience in the financial sector.

All GISD positions are elected at large, and trustees serve three-year terms. Read Community Impact’s Q&A with both candidates here.

The Place 4 seat was the only contested GISD race on the May 6 ballot. Anthony Blankenship ran uncontested for Place 5, which is held by incumbent Melanie Conner, who didn’t seek re-election.

During the early voting period, 6.7% of registered Williamson County voters cast ballots.

Results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all local elections in your community.