Updated May 6 at 10:37 p.m.

Three new faces will be on the Plano ISD board of trustees after Tarrah Lantz, Michael Cook and Katherine Chan Goodwin have won May 6 races for places 4, 5 and 7, respectively, according to unofficial voting results.

With all voting centers reporting, Goodwin garnered 11,189 votes, or 47.39%, defeating Cody Weaver, the only incumbent on the Plano ISD ballot. Weaver had 9,560 votes, and Simon Salinas had 2,860 votes.

"I'm so grateful for the support from the community," Goodwin said. "I am also excited about the other trustees that were elected tonight. We have some tough challenges to face, but we're ready to take them on."

Lantz garnered 11,915 votes, or 50.52%, beating out Lydia Ortega's 9,593 votes and Margaret Turner-Carrigan's 2,078.

"It was an incredibly positive race," Lantz said. "I'm very excited to work with the community to show how great our district is."

Cook garnered 12,200 votes, or 51.29%. Greg Jubenville and Khalid Ishaq garnered 8,207 and 3,379 votes, respectively.

"I'm thankful for the community and happy we're making sure Plano ISD continues to focus on student achievement," Cook said.

Results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all local elections in your community.

Posted May 6 at 9 p.m.

Unofficial voting tallies show Tarrah Lantz, Michael Cook and Katherine Chan Goodwin leading the May 6 races for Plano ISD board of trustees Places 4, 5 and 7, respectively, with 13 of 64 voting centers reporting.

Lantz leads the Place 4 election, garnering 8,627 votes, or 50.08%. Lydia Ortega has 7,123 votes and Margaret Turner-Carrigan has 1,477.

Cook is leading the Place 5 race with 9,083 votes, or 52.58%. Greg Jubenville and Khalid Ishaq are trailing, garnering 6,207 and 1,984 votes, respectively.

Goodwin is leading the Place 7 race garnering 8,280 votes, or 48.22%, to incumbent Cody Weaver’s 7,253 and Simon Salinas' 1,641.