Early results show 60% of voters in favor of Tarrant County College's $825M bond

Tarrant County College bond election early results show a majority of voters in favor. (Courtesy Folio)
Tarrant County College bond election early results show a majority of voters in favor. (Courtesy Folio)

Tarrant County College bond election early results show a majority of voters in favor. (Courtesy Folio)

Early election night results show about 60% of voters have cast ballots in favor of Tarrant County College’s $825 million bond.

With no precincts reporting as of the release of early results, 28,497 voters are for the bond propositions, and 18,673 voted against.


The bond propositions allocate $190 million for quality improvements, $202 million in infrastructure improvements and $433 million in campus redevelopment projects.

The college district expects to repay the bonds without any increase in the property tax rate, Tarrant County College Chancellor Eugene Giovannini said.

This story is being updated as results continue to be released.
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