UPDATED: 3-part Pflugerville bond propositions continues with steady voter approval

Over 23,000 Pflugerville voters weighed in on the city's proposed transportation and parks bond propositions during early voting. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Over 23,000 Pflugerville voters weighed in on the city's proposed transportation and parks bond propositions during early voting. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Over 23,000 Pflugerville voters weighed in on the city's proposed transportation and parks bond propositions during early voting. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

UPDATED: Nov. 4, 12:06 a.m.

As of 12:06 a.m. Nov. 4, 70.45% of Travis County ballots had been accounted for. Votes collected for Propositions A, B and C from Pflugerville bond election remain largely in favor of each of the three proposals. Additional results will be provided the morning of Nov. 4.

UPDATED: 11:41 p.m.

Propositions A, B and C from Pflugerville's bond election maintain strong leads among voters. Proposition A, centered around transportation projects, received 17,958 votes in favor and 8,376 against from voters.

Proposition B, regarding parks projects, earned 17,297 votes in favor and 8,933 votes opposed. Proposition C, dedicated to a proposed. senior and recreation center, collected 14,738 votes in favorand 11,047 votes against.


UPDATED: 10:48 p.m.

All three propositions on Pflugerville's bond election maintain steady holds with voters. Proposition A, focused on transportation projects, has received 17,821 votes for and 8,300 against as of 10:48 p.m. Proposition B, a parks and recreation proposal, has earned 17,166 votes in favor and 8,856 votes opposed.

For Proposition C, centered around a senior and recreation center, voters cast 14,638 in favor and 10,842 opposed.

UPDATED: 9:48 p.m.

Pflugerville's 3-part transportation and parks and recreation bond package continues to gain traction with voters, with the majority of votes tallied thus far in favor of all three propositions.

Pflugerville voters have cast 16,425 votes in favor of Proposition A and 7,601 votes against as of 9:48 p.m.. Proposition A outlines transportation and infrastructure projects.

Of votes cast for Proposition B, 15,728 are in favor and 8,212 are against. Proposition B details parks and recreation projects.

For Proposition C, Pflugerville voters have cast 13,497 votes for and 10,073 against. The proposition pertains to a proposed recreation and senior center.

ORIGINAL POST

Pflugerville voters cast 16,201 votes in favor of Proposition A on Pflugerville’s November bond package proposal at the end of early voting, while 7,514 votes have been cast against. Proposition A outlines transportation and road infrastructure projects.

Some 15,521 votes have been cast in favor of Proposition B on Pflugerville’s November bond package proposal at the end of early voting, while 8,112 votes have been cast against. Proposition B details parks and recreation projects.

Some 13,300 votes have been cast in favor of Proposition C on Pflugerville’s November bond package proposal at the end of early voting, while 9,963 votes have been cast against. Proposition C pertains to a proposed recreation and senior center.

Results are updated as of 7:20 p.m. and are unofficial until they are canvassed and certified by the county clerk. Under Texas election law, the clerk accepts and counts mail-in ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by Nov. 4, if they were sent from inside the U.S., or Nov. 9 if they were sent from outside the U.S.

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


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