Updated 11:45 a.m. Nov. 8

According to unofficial results with all 57 precincts reporting in Montgomery County, voters approved Propositions A-C and rejected Proposition D in the Conroe ISD bond proposition Nov. 7.

Proposition A passed by 61.08% with 25,835 votes in favor, 16,460 against; Proposition B passed by 58.34% with 24,569 votes for, 17,542 against; Proposition C passed by 58.75% with 24,707 votes for, 21,303 against; Proposition D failed by 641 votes with 50.76% voting against the proposition. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

There were 72,942 ballots cast countywide, which represents 17.25% of Montgomery County's 422,932 registered voters.

The $1.9B bond proposal was the largest ask in school history. With the failing of Proposition D, the bond amount will decrease by approximately $23 million. However, the remaining $1.8 million will still eclipse the $653 million bond passed in 2019.

What they are saying

With the passing of Propositions A-C, the district will be able to fund eight new schools designed to help alleviate major overcrowding, update technology and add gyms to all elementary campuses, according to information from the district.

Board President Skeeter Hubert said he is excited about the progress the district will get to make with the passing of three propositions.

"What we saw was the community and school district's values lining up, and having that partnership is important," he said. "When you get an engaged community to agree with 75% of what we are doing in the district, that is a huge win."

Next steps

Hubert said once the votes are officially canvased next week, the district can begin to move forward with building new schools.

"With funds from past bonds, we've already secured the land for a lot of those new campuses, and we are ready to start moving some dirt and get some schools built," he said.
  • Hubert said the district is not discussing any plans for another bond despite the failed proposition for the natatorium.
  • The next board of trustees meeting will be held Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Updated 11:18 p.m. Nov. 7

With 51 out of 57 precincts reporting, three Conroe ISD propositions are poised to pass by voters with one potentially failing by a narrow margin.

Proposition A is showing 61.07% support among CISD voters who cast ballots in the Nov. 7 election. Proposition B is showing 58.39% voting in favor, 41.61% against; Prop C is showing 58.74% voting in favor, 41.26% against; and Prop D, is being rejected by less than a 2% margin with 50.69% voting against it.

Posted 7:00 p.m. Nov. 7

Early voting results from Montgomery County are showing support for Conroe ISD’s $1.9B bond referendum. The nearly $2 billion bond package, which is the largest in district history, is designed to help alleviate overcrowding issues and open eight new schools, according to district officials.

What you need to know

The $1.9B bond includes four propositions. During a board meeting in June, CISD Superintendent Curtis Null said that Propositions A and B include the district's main necessities while Propositions C and D cover additional needs.
  • Proposition A, which totals $1.8 million, would create eight new schools, three additions, five major renovations and two master plans. There were 13,058 early votes in favor of the proposition, or 62.08% of the vote, and 7,977 against it, or 37.92% of early votes.
  • Proposition B would issue $40 million in bonds for new technology devices, a proposal which was left out of the 2019 bond. There were 12,555 early votes in favor of the proposition, or 59.91% of the vote, and 8,403 against it, or 40.09% of early votes.
  • Proposition C would issue $112.8 million in bonds to provide a new agriculture barn and add 18 physical education classrooms to all elementary campuses without one. There were 12,594 votes in favor of the proposition, or 60.19% of early votes, and 8,329 votes against, or 39.81% of early votes.
  • Proposition D would issue $22.9 million in bonds to build a new 50-meter outdoor pool with expansions and upgrades to the current natatorium. There were 10,657 votes in favor of the proposition, or 51.04% of early votes, and 10,222 votes against, or 48.96% of early votes.
What else?

Polls for today’s election closed at 7 p.m. Totals from ballots cast Nov. 7 have yet to be released.

What’s next?

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

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