Williamson County's final unofficial election results are showing Liberty Hill ISD voters have approved all three propositions in the district's 2023 bond program.

Focusing on school facilities, Proposition A received support from 76.59% of LHISD voters, with 1,849 votes in favor.

Proposition B, which allocates funding for technology, passed by 75.67%, or 1,819 votes. Proposition C—which makes funds available for stadium facilities—passed by a narrower 65.06% margin. It received 1,568 votes in favor.

“[We are] very grateful for the support of the Liberty Hill community. The board of trustees and the long range planning committee did a tremendous amount of work and added expertise and trust to the process,” Superintendent Steve Snell said in a statement provided to Community Impact. “I am very excited about the future of Liberty Hill.”

POSTED: May 6, 8:17 p.m.

With early results from Williamson County, Liberty Hill ISD voters have shown support for all three propositions of the district’s $471.1 million bond package on the May 6 ballot.

As of 7 p.m., early voting results show 79.14%, or 1,442 votes, are in favor of Proposition A; 77.85%, or 1,413 votes, are in favor of Proposition B; and 68.24%, or 1,240 votes, are in favor of Proposition C.

Proposition A would provide $459 million in funding for the district’s school facilities, which includes construction of High School No. 2, elementary schools No. 8 and No. 9, as well as renovations, new equipment and infrastructure upgrades.

At $7.1 million, Proposition B is geared toward technology for new laptops, tablets and other devices for students and staff.

Proposition C allocates $5 million to stadium facilities, which paves the way for an additional concession stand and restrooms at Panther Stadium as well as turf replacements for the field. Panther Stadium is used for a range of athletic and fine arts student organizations, such as football, track, band and the drill team.

LHISD’s 2023 bond program was primarily created to address the district’s spike in enrollment numbers, and its focus areas reflect this student growth along with safety and security, and programming expansions.

If these propositions are approved by voters, it is not expected to cause a tax rate increase for residents, according to the district.

Results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit Community Impact’s online Voter Guide for all local election results in your community.