Updated 8:41 a.m. May 7

With all polling locations reporting, incumbents Debbie Rentería and Eric Eager will serve new terms on the Richardson ISD board of trustees.

In the general election, two seats on the RISD board of trustees were contested. In single-member District 3, incumbent Rentería faced challenger Bonnie Abadie, while in the at-large Place 6 election, Blake Sawyer challenged incumbent Eager.

As of 8:41 a.m., Rentería received 951 votes, 64.69% of the total, while Abadie received 519 votes in the District 3 race. In the Place 6 race, Eager received 8,789, or 56.72% of the 15,496 votes cast.

"It's an incredible honor and a great joy to be re-elected and to continue serving our community," Rentería said via text message. "I love RISD, and I'm so grateful to live in such an inspiring district with such caring people who have entrusted me to continue this work."

Board members in the school district serve three-year staggered terms and are not subject to term limits. Five of the seven seats on the board are chosen by registered voters of specific districts, while the remaining two seats are elected at-large by all voters. This voting system is the result of a lawsuit settled in early 2019 that accused the board of Voting Rights Act violations.

Rentería was first elected in 2020 and serves as the vice president of the board. Eager, the CEO and co-founder of local tech firm 4impactdata, was also first elected to the RISD board in 2020.

According to the Dallas County Elections Department, 8.84% of the county's nearly 1.3 million registered voters cast a ballot in the election.

To see all local election results, visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide.