Updated 10:09 p.m. May 4

All three Lewisville ISD bond propositions have passed, according to unofficial voting results.

Propositions A, B and C—which will fund various projects at athletics and recreation facilities across the district—received 58%, 54.66% and 56.11% "for" votes, respectively.

Updated 9:20 p.m. May 4

With 157 of 245 precincts reporting, voters are still showing support for the Lewisville ISD bond package.

All three propositions are being favored by more than 55% of voters. Propositions A, B and C have received 10,874; 10,309; and 10,575 “for” votes, respectively.

Updated 8:45 p.m. May 4

Voters are still favoring all three Lewisville ISD Bond propositions with 99 of 245 precincts reporting.

Proposition A has received 10,176 “for” votes, 58.59% of the vote. Proposition B has received 9,630 “for” votes, or 55.18%. Proposition C has received 9,893 “for” votes, or 56.7%.

Posted 8:01 p.m. May 4

Voters are favoring all three Lewisville ISD Bond propositions that would fund athletic-focused projects on the May 4 ballot, according to early voting totals.

What you need to know

Proposition A, B and C are receiving 58.98%, 55.70% and 58.98% “for” votes early on, respectively.

The $101.8 million package features three propositions that would generate additional funding to conduct maintenance, repairs and renovations at various athletics and recreation facilities across the district.

The propositions will provide funding for repairs to the following facilities:
  • Proposition A: Eastside Aquatic Center and Westside Aquatic Center.
  • Proposition B: Athletics facilities consisting of locker rooms and field houses; tennis courts; baseball and softball facilities; middle school competition fields; high school practice fields; and concession areas.
  • Proposition C: Existing high school stadiums.
What else?

The propositions on the May 4 ballot mirror the four out of the seven propositions LISD voters rejected in November.

If voters approve all three propositions, there will be no increase to the tax rate, according to bond details.

What’s next?

Community Impact will update this article as more election day vote totals are released. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

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