Updated May 6 at 10:48 p.m.

Roughly 60% of voters showed their support for both New Caney ISD bond propositions on the May 6 ballot, providing $695 million for district facilities and extracurricular program upgrades.

With 100% of Montgomery County voting precincts reporting results May 6, Proposition A received 711 votes in favor, or 61.24% of all votes, while Proposition B received 675 votes in support, or 58.34% of the total.

All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted May 6 at 7:10 p.m.

Early voting results for the May 6 election show early voter support for New Caney ISD's bond propositions A and B.

As previously reported by Community Impact, the NCISD board of trustees called for the bond election during its Feb. 7 board meeting. The $695 million bond package is broken down on the May 6 ballot into two separate propositions. If approved, the bond is projected to have no impact on NCISD's property tax rate, according to district officials.
Proposition A—a $634 million proposition—aims to address projected student growth through the construction of new campuses as well as expansion and renovations to existing campuses, while Proposition B—a $61 million proposition—would fund upgrades to NCISD's extracurricular programs.

According to the Montgomery County Elections Administrator's Office, Proposition A has received 64.18%, or 577 votes in favor, while Proposition B has received 61.34%, or 549 votes in favor.

All results are unofficial until canvassed. For more information on election results in the Lake Houston area, visit the 2023 Voter Guide.

Wesley Gardner contributed to this report.