Incumbents Ron Jones and Barbara Stroud re-elected to Dripping Springs ISD board of trustees

Photo of Dripping Springs ISD sign
Four candidates vied for two positions on the Dripping Springs ISD board of trustees. (Olivia Aldridge/Community Impact Newspaper)

Four candidates vied for two positions on the Dripping Springs ISD board of trustees. (Olivia Aldridge/Community Impact Newspaper)

Updated Nov. 4 at 10:17 a.m.

Barbara Stroud and Ron Jones have won re-election to the Dripping Springs ISD board of trustees. With 100% of Hays County precincts reporting unofficial results, Stroud and Jones have secured two at-large seats on the board, with 27.12% and 26.81% of the vote respectively. Lori Broughton received 25.12% of the vote, and Stephanie Holtzendorf received 20.64%.

Stroud and Jones will serve three-year terms.

Results are updated as of 10:17 a.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.

Posted Nov. 3 at 11:47 p.m.


Incumbents Barbara Stroud and Ron Jones are currently ahead in their re-election races for seats on the Dripping Springs ISD board of trustees, with 88.31% of Hays County precincts reporting. Stroud and Jones are vying with challengers Lori Broughton and Stephanie Holtzendorf for two at-large seat on the board. The top two vote-getters will take the seats.

Stroud currently leads the polls with 6,410 votes, followed by Jones with 6,338. Broughton is close behind with 6,008 votes, and Holtzendorf tails with 4,878.

Vote totals are according to Hays County and Travis County election results as of 11:32 p.m, Nov. 3. The vast majority of DSISD is located within Hays County. As of 11:45 p.m., 19,242 votes were cast in the race in Hays County and 23 were cast in Travis County.

All results are unofficial until 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.
By Olivia Aldridge
Olivia is the reporter for Community Impact's Central Austin edition. A graduate of Presbyterian College in upstate South Carolina, Olivia was a reporter and producer at South Carolina Public Radio before joining Community Impact in Austin.


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