McKinney ISD bond passes with 62 percent of the votes

Updated May 10


Final results are in and the McKinney ISD $220 million bond proposition has passed with 61.81 percent of the votes, or 6,870 votes. A total of 11,114 votes were cast in the election.

Results are unofficial until canvassed.


Updated 8:55 p.m. May 7


Final results are in and the McKinney ISD $220 million bond proposition has passed with 65.77 percent of the votes, or 5,723 votes.


Results are unofficial until canvassed.



Posted 7:10 p.m. May 7


Early results in the May 7, McKinney ISD bond election are in and show 5,383 votes or 67.56 percent of the vote in favor of the $220 million, single-proposition bond package that includes funding for a new $62.8 million stadium. Early results also show 2,585 votes or 32.44 percent of the votes against the bond.


MISD board of trustees unanimously called for the bond election in March. In addition to the stadium, the bond would also fund renovations to existing campuses, maintenance to building and transportation stations, upgrades to technology, safety and security, and fine-arts facilities at multiple campuses.

The board called for the election after receiving suggestions at the end of February from a 103-person citizens advisory committee, which met for several weeks evaluating MISD’s current facilities and future needs.