Updated 10:25 p.m. May 6

The largest bond in Northwest ISD history has passed, with all three propositions grabbing more than 50% of the votes and setting the stage for approximately $2 billion in upgrades and additions in the district.

Proposition A passed with 60.92% of the vote, or 4,972 votes, cast in favor of the measure. Proposition B passed with 4,097 votes, or 50.74% of the vote, in support. Proposition C passed with 5,046 votes, or 62.47% of the vote in favor of the measure.

More than 8,000 residents voted for each proposition.

Updated 9:25 p.m. May 6

With 82.1% of precincts reporting, voters are still in favor of all three Northwest ISD bond propositions on the May 6 general election ballot.

Proposition A has 6,976 "for" votes, or 62.38%, to 4,207 "against," or 37.62%. Proposition B has 5,820 "for" votes, or 52.16%, to 5,338 "against," or 47.84%. Proposition C has 7,077 "for" votes, or 63.41%, to 4,083 "against," or 36.59%.

Posted 8:03 p.m. May 6

Early voting results for Denton and Tarrant County show "for" votes leading for all three of Northwest ISD bond propositions on the May 6 ballot.

Proposition A has 6,205 "for" votes, or 63.60%, to 3,552 "against," or 36.40%. Proposition B has 5,210 "for," or 55.29%, to 4,213 "against," or 44.71%. Proposition C has 6,289 "for," or 64.59%, to 3,448 "against," or 35.41%.

If passed, all three propositions will cost approximately $2 billion—the largest school bond package in the history of Northwest ISD. The tax rate would increase by one-tenth of a penny, according to district officials.

The funding from the bonds will go toward the construction of new school facilities, renovating existing facilities and purchasing new technology devices for teachers and students.

Facilities in Proposition A include four new elementary schools, a replacement for Justin and Prairie View elementary schools, a new middle school, a new high school, and four new early childhood development centers. Proposition B includes funding for three new stadiums at Byron Nelson High School, V.R. Eaton High School and High School No. 4 as well as renovations to the Northwest ISD Stadium at Northwest High School. Proposition C would help pay for technology devices for students and teachers. New devices would be used to replace current devices that are at the end of their lifecycle and to give to new students based on enrollment growth, according to NISD.

Visit Denton County's election page and Tarrant County's election page for up-to-date results. All results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit Community Impact’s Voter Guide to see updated local election results.