Voters deny Eanes ISD Proposition 1; Bybee wins trustee seat

Updated 10:15 p.m.



Eanes ISD residents voted down Proposition 1, an $89.5 million bond, by a count of 3,853 votes against to 3,154 votes for, according to unofficial results. The bond would have raised taxes 2.5 cents per $100 of valuation.



Additionally Christie Bybee defeated Laurie Maccini by a count of 3,717 votes to 2,368 votes in the race for EISD board of trustees, according to unofficial results.



Posted 7:15 p.m.



Early voting has district residents against the issuance of an $89.5 million bond to be used for the construction, renovation, expansion and general improvement of buildings in Eanes ISD by a count of 2,630 to 2,260.



Early voting totals also have Christie Bybee leading the race for Eanes ISD board of trustees Place 1 over Laurie Maccini by a count of 2,678 to 1,612.



Bybee has served on a number of boards and is a former president of both the Eanes Elementary Parent Teacher Organization and the Eanes Education Foundation.



Maccini has served as a substitute teacher in early grade levels in EISD and was the president-elect of the Eanes Elementary Parent Teacher Organization.



Bybee or Maccini will replace Ronna Martin in Place 1 of the EISD board of trustees for a three-year term. Robert Hargett, Place 2, and Beau Ross, Place 3, each ran unopposed. Each will be in their second three-year term.



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