Champagne and Spradley will hold onto their seats at Eanes ISD

Eanes ISD incumbents Jennifer Champagne and James Spradley will hold onto their seats on the board of trustees. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)
Eanes ISD incumbents Jennifer Champagne and James Spradley will hold onto their seats on the board of trustees. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Eanes ISD incumbents Jennifer Champagne and James Spradley will hold onto their seats on the board of trustees. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Update 10:50 p.m.

Final unofficial results show Eanes ISD incumbents James Spradley and Jennifer Champagne will retain their seats on the board of trustees.

Champagne captured 54.45% or 5,687 votes—929 more than her opponent, Jennifer Stevens.

Incumbent James Spradley won his re-election with 5,721 or 55.47% of the votes compared to the 4,593 garnered by candidate Nigel Stout.

Travis County reported the final election results at approximately 10:38 p.m., but all results are unofficial until canvassed by the county clerk.



Original story:

Two seats, Place 4 and Place 5, are up for election on the Eanes ISD board of trustees. With Travis County polling locations closing at 7 p.m. May 1, early voting shows incumbent Jennifer Champagne leading Jen Stevens and incumbent James Spradley leading Nigel Stout for Place 4 and Place 5, respectively.

As of 7:10 p.m., Champagne has garnered 3,955, or 52.53% of early votes cast, while Stevens received 3,574 votes. Spradley captured 4,011 votes leading Stout's 3,440 votes.

Both board places are at-large positions, meaning the election winner will represent the entire school district. Trustees are elected to serve three-year terms.

Results are updated as of 7:10 p.m. and are unofficial until canvassed and certified by the Travis County clerk.

Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from all local elections in your community.

By Amy Rae Dadamo
Amy Rae Dadamo is the reporter for Lake Travis-Westlake, where her work focuses on city government and education. Originally from New Jersey, Amy Rae relocated to Austin after graduating from Ramapo College of New Jersey in May 2019.