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Eanes ISD Board of Trustees, Place 5

Eanes ISD Board of Trustees, Place 4

Lake Travis ISD Board of Trustes, Place 2

Lake Travis ISD Board of Trustes, Place 1

Lakeway, Mayor

Lakeway City Council

Lakeway Special Election Proposition A

The reauthorization of a local sales and use tax in the City of Lakeway at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.

For
Against

Bee Cave City Council

Candidate
Andrea Willlottincumbent
Andrew Clarkincumbent
Kevin Hightincumbent
Andrew Rebber
Joann Taylor

Bee Cave Special Election A

The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Bee Cave at the rate of one-eighth of one percent to continue providing revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election A

An amendment to the city charter amending those provisions which are redundant of state law, duplicative of other sections of the charter or otherwise unnecessary.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election B

Amendments to the city's charter by deletion or revision to require and ensure the charter complies with state law.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election C

An amendment to the city's charter requiring city council hold enough council meetings to ensure efficient conduct of city business

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election D

An amendment to the city charter clarifying that the city council may request information and assistance from the city secretary.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election E

An amendment to the city charter providing for the process of appointment, suspension and removal of the municipal judge.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election F

An amendment to the city charter authorizing vacancies to be filled by appointment until the next general election or requiring the vacancy be filled by special election if the vacancy is greater than 12 months.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election G

An amendment to the city charter requiring the rule on abstentions to voting be applicable to all city appointed boards, commissions and bodies.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election H

An amendment to the city charter clarifying that the mayor is a member of the city council.

For
Against

Austin Proposition A

Firefighters union charter amendment

For
Against

Austin Proposition B

Reinstating the homeless ordinances

For
Against

Austin Proposition C

Appointing the director of police oversight

For
Against

Austin Proposition D

Changing the date of mayoral elections

For
Against

Austin Proposition E

Establishing ranked-choice voting

For
Against

Austin Proposition F

Instituting a strong-mayor form of government

For
Against

Austin Proposition G

Adding an 11th city council district

For
Against

Austin Proposition H

Creating an alternative campaign finance system

For
Against

Dripping Springs City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Taline Manassianincumbent

Dripping Springs City Council, Place 3

Dripping Springs City Council, Place 5

Candidate
Travis Crowincumbent
Sherrie Parks

Cedar Park City Council, Place 1

Cedar Park City Council, Place 3

Cedar Park City Council, Place 5

Cedar Park Proposition A

Charter ammendment to change terms from two to three years

For
Against

Cedar Park Proposition B

Charter amendment to authroize city manager to execute all contracts

For
Against

Cedar Park Proposition C

Seat vacancy filling timeline if Proposition A is passed

For
Against

Cedar Park Proposition D

Charter amendment to protect confidentiality of excutive session discussions

For
Against

Cedar Park Proposition E

Charter amendment for the immediate resignation of mayor or councilmemeber if they file for candiacy of another office

For
Against

Leander, Mayor

Leander City Council, Place 2

Leander City Council, Place 4

Candidate
Donnie Mahan
Nacole Thompson

Leander City Council, Place 6

Candidate
Marci Cannonincumbent
Becki Ross

Georgetown City Council, District 1

Georgetown City Council, District 5

Georgetown ISD School Board, Place 6

Candidate
Tim Carr
Jen Mauldin

Georgetown ISD School Board, Place 7

City of Georgetown Mobility Bond, Proposition A

The issuance of $90 million in bonds for transportation projects including streets, roads, bridges and intersections.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Council, District 3

Candidate
Harry Bowersincumbent
Kevin Robles

New Braunfels City Council, District 4

Candidate
Joy Harvey
Lawrence Spradley

New Braunfels ISD School Board, District 3

Candidate
Eric Bergquistincumbent
John Porter

New Braunfels ISD School Board, District 5

Candidate
Stephen Minus
Brian Grenier
Betty Niven

Comal ISD School Board, District 1

Candidate
Tim Hennesseeincumbent
Brittany Soto
Jerry Sauceda

Comal ISD School Board, District 2

Candidate
David Drastataincumbent
Courtney Biasatti

Comal ISD School Board, District 5

Candidate
Michelle Ann Rossincumbent

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment A

The position will remove the 1-year gap between a councilperson’s second and third terms.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment B

Gives city council additional authority when a council seat becomes vacant for 12 months or less.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment C

Prohibits any councilperson from intentionally resigning their position in order to circumvent term limit rules. Offenders would be prohibited from running in future city elections.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment D

Clarifies the role of the Mayor during an emergency or disaster. The Mayor would be given access to all of the abilities granted by state law in order to keep the peace, respond to the situation and appoint additional help if necessary.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment E

The Mayor Pro Tem would be primarily responsible for coordinating City Council’s annual evaluations of the City Manager, the City Attorney and the Municipal Court Judge

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment F

Clarifies the residency requirement for the City Manager and the City Attorney, giving them up to 120 days after their appointment to establish residency in New Braunfels.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment G

Adds the requirement for the City Manager to annually provide the city council with a 5-year financial forecast and a 5-year capital improvement plan.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment H

Updates the charter to match state law by adjusting the city manager’s authority to contract for budgeted items with a limit of up to $50,000m anything over that limit would still require City Council approval.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment I

Allows the City Manager to consent and allow council members to interact with individual department heads without violating the charter.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment J

Updates the charter to match state law and current city practices regarding the appointment and removal of the municipal court judge by the city council. Also allows the municipal court judge up to 120 days after his/her appointment to establish residency in the city after being appointed by the city manager.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment K

Gives the city secretary a total of 20 days to present a recall petition to the city council, instead of the current minimum of 5 days.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment L

Repeals and removes the section of the charter that establishes and regulates the city’s Department of Taxation, which no longer exists due to state regulations.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment M

Allows for the correction of grammar, spelling, gender references, syntax and future corrections without the need for additional charter amendment elections.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment N

Addresses where certain city records are published or posted.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment O

Changes how many times certain types of ordinances must be read by City Council for approval and clarifies the effective dates for all ordinances and publication requirements for all ordinances.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment P

Updates the discrimination provision in the charter to include categories encompassed by federal and state law such as a prohibition on discrimination based on color, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other protected classification which state or federal law prohibits as a basis for such appointment or removal.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment Q

Adds a succession plan to the charter in the case of emergency or disaster where a quorum of city council can no longer serve due to injury or death. This section establishes an interim quorum of the city council through automatic but temporary appointments in order to handle city issues during the crisis.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment R

Clarifies the restrictions and guidelines on campaign activities by city employees and city officials. Specifically, it restricts participation in political campaigning or related activities during work hours or while representing the city or their position with the city. Additionally, this change regulates off-duty political participation when the City Manager believes it is causing an unreasonable disruption to city operations.

For
Against

San Marcos CISD Trustee, At-Large

Candidate
Andrew Fay
Anne Halseyincumbent
Mari Salmi
Nicholas "Nico" Costilla
Roger E. Davis
Sylvia DeLeon Muzzy

Hays CISD Bond Proposition A

The issuance of $147,959,876 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of school buildings in the district, the purchase of the necessary sites for school buildings and the purchase of new school buses and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition B

The issuance of $41,047,216 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of school buildings in the district and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition C

The issuance of $12,784,128 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of athletic stadium facilities in the district and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition D

The issuance of $4,268,873 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of baseball stadium facilities, softball stadium facilities and athletic stadium parking in the district and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition E

The issuance of $29,820,598 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of central administration facilities in the district and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition F

The issuance of $2,578,000 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and upgrading of technology systems, infrastructure and equipment and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Single-Member, District 3

Candidate
Courtney Runkle
Richard W. Cronshey

Hays CISD Trustee, At-Large

Candidate
Donye Curry
Will McManusincumbent
Bert Aguin

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1, Permanent Directors

Candidate
Adrian Alvarado
Stephen Crawford
Lauren Crone
Ramunda Gallien
Nicholas P. Leschke

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition A

Confirming creation of Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition B

An operation and maintenance tax for the District not to exceed one dollar ($1.00) per one hundred dollars ($100) valuation of taxable property.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition C

The issuance of $47,420,000 bonds for water, wastewater and drainage system facilities. Taxes sufficient to pay principal of and interest on the bonds will be imposed.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition D

The issuance of $34,600,000 bonds for roads. Taxes sufficient to pay principal of and interest on the bonds will be imposed.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition E

The issuance of $71,130,000 bonds for refunding water, wastewater and drainage system facilities bonds (including refunding bonds issued therefor) issued pursuant to Section 59, Article XVI of the Texas Constitution. Taxes sufficient to pay principal of and interest on the bonds will be imposed.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition F

The issuance of $51,900,000 bonds for refunding road bonds (including refunding bonds issued therefor) issued pursuant to Section 52, Article III of the Texas Constitution. Taxes sufficient to pay principal of and interest on the bonds will be imposed.

For
Against

North Hays Municipal Utility District No. 1, Directors

Candidate
Kyle Prunty
Michael Chase
Scott Redding
Mark Piening

Round Rock City Council, Place 3

Candidate
Matt Bakerincumbent
Janneke Parrish

Round Rock City Council, Place 5

Pflugerville ISD, Place 1

Pflugerville ISD, Place 2

Candidate
Tony Hansonincumbent

Hutto ISD, Two Open Seats

Hutto City Council, Place 2

Hutto City Council, Place 5

Cedar Park City Council, Place 1

Cedar Park City Council, Place 3

Cedar Park City Council, Place 5

Cedar Park Proposition A

Charter ammendment to change terms from two to three years

For
Against

Cedar Park Proposition B

Charter amendment to authroize city manager to execute all contracts

For
Against

Cedar Park Proposition C

Seat vacancy filling timeline if Proposition A is passed

For
Against

Cedar Park Proposition D

Charter amendment to protect confidentiality of excutive session discussions

For
Against

Cedar Park Proposition E

Charter amendment for the immediate resignation of mayor or councilmemeber if they file for candiacy of another office

For
Against

Leander, Mayor

Leander City Council, Place 2

Leander City Council, Place 4

Candidate
Donnie Mahan
Nacole Thompson

Leander City Council, Place 6

Candidate
Marci Cannonincumbent
Becki Ross

Austin Proposition A

Firefighters union charter amendment

For
Against

Austin Proposition B

Reinstating the homeless ordinances

For
Against

Austin Proposition C

Appointing the director of police oversight

For
Against

Austin Proposition D

Changing the date of mayoral elections

For
Against

Austin Proposition E

Establishing ranked-choice voting

For
Against

Austin Proposition F

Instituting a strong-mayor form of government

For
Against

Austin Proposition G

Adding an 11th city council district

For
Against

Austin Proposition H

Creating an alternative campaign finance system

For
Against

Georgetown City Council, District 1

Georgetown City Council, District 5

Georgetown ISD School Board, Place 6

Candidate
Tim Carr
Jen Mauldin

Georgetown ISD School Board, Place 7

City of Georgetown Mobility Bond, Proposition A

The issuance of $90 million in bonds for transportation projects including streets, roads, bridges and intersections.

For
Against

Eanes ISD Board of Trustees, Place 5

Eanes ISD Board of Trustees, Place 4

Lake Travis ISD Board of Trustes, Place 2

Lake Travis ISD Board of Trustes, Place 1

Lakeway, Mayor

Lakeway City Council

Lakeway Special Election Proposition A

The reauthorization of a local sales and use tax in the City of Lakeway at the rate of one-fourth of one percent to provide revenue for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.

For
Against

Bee Cave City Council

Candidate
Andrea Willlottincumbent
Andrew Clarkincumbent
Kevin Hightincumbent
Andrew Rebber
Joann Taylor

Bee Cave Special Election A

The reauthorization of the local sales and use tax in the City of Bee Cave at the rate of one-eighth of one percent to continue providing for maintenance and repair of municipal streets.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election A

An amendment to the city charter amending those provisions which are redundant of state law, duplicative of other sections of the charter or otherwise unnecessary.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election B

Amendments to the city's charter by deletion or revision to require and ensure the charter complies with state law.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election C

An amendment to the city's charter requiring city council hold enough council meetings to ensure efficient conduct of city business

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election D

An amendment to the city charter clarifying that the city council may request information and assistance from the city secretary.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election E

An amendment to the city charter providing for the process of appointment, suspension and removal of the municipal judge.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election F

An amendment to the city charter authorizing vacancies to be filled by appointment until the next general election or requiring the vacancy be filled by special election if the vacancy is greater than 12 months.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election G

An amendment to the city charter requiring the rule on abstentions to voting be applicable to all city appointed boards, commissions and bodies.

For
Against

Bee Cave Charter Election H

An amendment to the city charter clarifying that the mayor is a member of the city council.

For
Against

Austin Proposition A

Firefighters union charter amendment

For
Against

Austin Proposition B

Reinstating the homeless ordinances

For
Against

Austin Proposition C

Appointing the director of police oversight

For
Against

Austin Proposition D

Changing the date of mayoral elections

For
Against

Austin Proposition E

Establishing ranked-choice voting

For
Against

Austin Proposition F

Instituting a strong-mayor form of government

For
Against

Austin Proposition G

Adding an 11th city council district

For
Against

Austin Proposition H

Creating an alternative campaign finance system

For
Against

New Braunfels City Council, District 3

Candidate
Harry Bowers
Kevin Robles

New Braunfels City Council, District 4

Candidate
Joy Harvey
Lawrence Spradley

New Braunfels ISD School Board, District 3

Candidate
Eric Bergquist
John Porter

New Braunfels ISD School Board, District 5

Candidate
Stephen Minus
Brian Grenier
Betty Niven

Comal ISD School Board, District 1

Candidate
Tim Hennessee
Brittany Soto
Jerry Sauceda

Comal ISD School Board, District 2

Candidate
David Drastata
Courtney Biasatti

Comal ISD School Board, District 5

Candidate
Michelle Ann Ross

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment A

The position will remove the 1-year gap between a councilperson’s second and third terms.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment B

Gives city council additional authority when a council seat becomes vacant for 12 months or less.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment C

Prohibits any councilperson from intentionally resigning their position in order to circumvent term limit rules. Offenders would be prohibited from running in future city elections.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment D

Clarifies the role of the Mayor during an emergency or disaster. The Mayor would be given access to all of the abilities granted by state law in order to keep the peace, respond to the situation and appoint additional help if necessary.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment E

The Mayor Pro Tem would be primarily responsible for coordinating City Council’s annual evaluations of the City Manager, the City Attorney and the Municipal Court Judge

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment F

Clarifies the residency requirement for the City Manager and the City Attorney, giving them up to 120 days after their appointment to establish residency in New Braunfels.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment G

Adds the requirement for the City Manager to annually provide the city council with a 5-year financial forecast and a 5-year capital improvement plan.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment H

Updates the charter to match state law by adjusting the city manager’s authority to contract for budgeted items with a limit of up to $50,000m anything over that limit would still require City Council approval.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment I

Allows the City Manager to consent and allow council members to interact with individual department heads without violating the charter.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment J

Updates the charter to match state law and current city practices regarding the appointment and removal of the municipal court judge by the city council. Also allows the municipal court judge up to 120 days after his/her appointment to establish residency in the city after being appointed by the city manager.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment K

Gives the city secretary a total of 20 days to present a recall petition to the city council, instead of the current minimum of 5 days.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment L

Repeals and removes the section of the charter that establishes and regulates the city’s Department of Taxation, which no longer exists due to state regulations.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment M

Allows for the correction of grammar, spelling, gender references, syntax and future corrections without the need for additional charter amendment elections.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment N

Addresses where certain city records are published or posted.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment O

Changes how many times certain types of ordinances must be read by City Council for approval and clarifies the effective dates for all ordinances and publication requirements for all ordinances.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment P

Updates the discrimination provision in the charter to include categories encompassed by federal and state law such as a prohibition on discrimination based on color, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other protected classification which state or federal law prohibits as a basis for such appointment or removal.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment Q

Adds a succession plan to the charter in the case of emergency or disaster where a quorum of city council can no longer serve due to injury or death. This section establishes an interim quorum of the city council through automatic but temporary appointments in order to handle city issues during the crisis.

For
Against

New Braunfels City Charter Amendment R

Clarifies the restrictions and guidelines on campaign activities by city employees and city officials. Specifically, it restricts participation in political campaigning or related activities during work hours or while representing the city or their position with the city. Additionally, this change regulates off-duty political participation when the City Manager believes it is causing an unreasonable disruption to city operations.

For
Against

Austin Proposition A

Firefighters union charter amendment

For
Against

Austin Proposition B

Reinstating the homeless ordinances

For
Against

Austin Proposition C

Appointing the director of police oversight

For
Against

Austin Proposition D

Changing the date of mayoral elections

For
Against

Austin Proposition E

Establishing ranked-choice voting

For
Against

Austin Proposition F

Instituting a strong-mayor form of government

For
Against

Austin Proposition G

Adding an 11th city council district

For
Against

Austin Proposition H

Creating an alternative campaign finance system

For
Against

Pflugerville ISD, Place 1

Pflugerville ISD, Place 2

Candidate
Tony Hansonincumbent

Round Rock City Council, Place 3

Candidate
Matt Bakerincumbent
Janneke Parrish

Round Rock City Council, Place 5

Pflugerville ISD, Place 1

Pflugerville ISD, Place 2

Candidate
Tony Hansonincumbent

Hutto ISD, Two Open Seats

Hutto City Council, Place 2

Hutto City Council, Place 5

San Marcos CISD Trustee, At-Large

Candidate
Andrew Fay
Anne Halseyincumbent
Mari Salmi
Nicholas "Nico" Costilla
Roger E. Davis
Sylvia DeLeon Muzzy

Hays CISD Bond Proposition A

The issuance of $147,959,876 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of school buildings in the district, the purchase of the necessary sites for school buildings and the purchase of new school buses and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition B

The issuance of $41,047,216 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of school buildings in the district and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition C

The issuance of $12,784,128 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of athletic stadium facilities in the district and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition D

The issuance of $4,268,873 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of baseball stadium facilities, softball stadium facilities and athletic stadium parking in the district and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition E

The issuance of $29,820,598 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and equipment of central administration facilities in the district and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Bond Proposition F

The issuance of $2,578,000 school building bonds for the design, construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, renovation, expansion, improvement and upgrading of technology systems, infrastructure and equipment and levying and imposition of taxes sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements. required statement for all school district bond propositions pursuant to section 45.003, texas education code: this is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Hays CISD Single-Member, District 3

Candidate
Courtney Runkle
Richard W. Cronshey

Hays CISD Trustee, At-Large

Candidate
Donye Curry
Will McManusincumbent
Bert Aguin

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1, Permanent Directors

Candidate
Adrian Alvarado
Stephen Crawford
Lauren Crone
Ramunda Gallien
Nicholas P. Leschke

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition A

Confirming creation of Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition B

An operation and maintenance tax for the District not to exceed one dollar ($1.00) per one hundred dollars ($100) valuation of taxable property.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition C

The issuance of $47,420,000 bonds for water, wastewater and drainage system facilities. Taxes sufficient to pay principal of and interest on the bonds will be imposed.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition D

The issuance of $34,600,000 bonds for roads. Taxes sufficient to pay principal of and interest on the bonds will be imposed.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition E

The issuance of $71,130,000 bonds for refunding water, wastewater and drainage system facilities bonds (including refunding bonds issued therefor) issued pursuant to Section 59, Article XVI of the Texas Constitution. Taxes sufficient to pay principal of and interest on the bonds will be imposed.

For
Against

Buda Municipal Utility District No. 1 Proposition F

The issuance of $51,900,000 bonds for refunding road bonds (including refunding bonds issued therefor) issued pursuant to Section 52, Article III of the Texas Constitution. Taxes sufficient to pay principal of and interest on the bonds will be imposed.

For
Against

North Hays Municipal Utility District No. 1, Directors

Candidate
Kyle Prunty
Michael Chase
Scott Redding
Mark Piening

Austin Proposition A

Firefighters union charter amendment

For
Against

Austin Proposition B

Reinstating the homeless ordinances

For
Against

Austin Proposition C

Appointing the director of police oversight

For
Against

Austin Proposition D

Changing the date of mayoral elections

For
Against

Austin Proposition E

Establishing ranked-choice voting

For
Against

Austin Proposition F

Instituting a strong-mayor form of government

For
Against

Austin Proposition G

Adding an 11th city council district

For
Against

Austin Proposition H

Creating an alternative campaign finance system

For
Against

Dripping Springs City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Taline Manassianincumbent

Dripping Springs City Council, Place 3

Dripping Springs City Council, Place 5

Candidate
Travis Crowincumbent
Sherrie Parks

Jersey Village, Place 2

Jersey Village, Place 3

Jersey Village, Mayor

West University Place, Mayor

Candidate
Kevin Trautner
Susan Sample

West University Place city council

Candidate
Melanie Bell
Rich Beck
John P. Barnes
John Montgomery
Sam Parikh
Mardi Turner
Shannon Carroll
Lauri Lankford
Ed Sobash

Southside Place, Mayor

Candidate
Andy Chan
Savvas T. Stefanides

Southside Place City Council, Position 3

Candidate
Brad Stollberg
Jennifer Anderson

Nassau Bay City Council, Position 1

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees, District 4

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees, District 5

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees, At-Large Position A

City of Humble, Mayor

Candidate
Arliss Ann Bentley
Norman Funderburk

Humble City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Charles "Andy" Curryincumbent
Eric Lacy

Humble City Council,Place 2

Candidate
Charles Cunninghamincumbent
Linda Greenan

Humble ISD Trustee, Position 1

Candidate
Robert A. Sittonincumbent
Edgar Clayton
William A. Epperson
Rebecca Tribo

Humble ISD Trustee, Position 3

Candidate
Wilbert C. Baker
James C. Banks
Liz Diaz
Jesse Givens
Clint D. Horn
Chris Parker
David O. Popoola
Donté Washington

Humble ISD Trustee, Position 5

Shenandoah City Council

Candidate
John Escoto
Jon Samuelson

Sugar Land City Council, District 1

Sugar Land City Council, District 4

Fort Bend ISD, Position 2

Katy City Council, Ward A

Katy City Council, Ward B

City of Katy bond election

Proposition
Prop A—Public Safety: $1.8M—For the construction of improvements to municipal public buildings, including: Reimbursement of expenses for Fire Station No. 1 Rehabilitation, Construction of a training tower, Expansion of the City’s fleet maintenance facility, Refurbishing of existing police facilities.
Prop B—Parks and Recreation: $4.2M—For the construction of City park improvements, including: Hike and bike trail system, Construction of Parks administration building.

KISD Bond Election

Proposition
Prop A: $591.37M—Five new schools, purchase of school sites, renovations and expansions for aging campuses, safety and security upgrades, buses and building component replacements.
Prop B: $59.76M—Classroom and campus technology upgrades, including classroom student devices, teacher instructional laptops, wireless upgrades, cybersecurity infrastructure, and server life cycle and growth.
Prop C: $13.84M—Natatorium for the district’s new high school.
Prop D: $11.26M—Facility and stadium repairs and component replacements, including gym bleacher replacement, field lighting replacement and track surface replacement.

Katy ISD, Position 7

Candidate
Dawn Champagneincumbent
Walter Butler

Magnolia ISD, Position 6

Candidate
Sharon Craig
Travis Moffattincumbent

Montgomery City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Jenny Stewart
Carol Langleyincumbent

Montgomery City Council, Place 3

Candidate
John Champagne Jr.
T.J. Wilkersonincumbent

Montgomery City Council, Place 5

Candidate
Byron Sanford
Tom Croninincumbent

Montgomery ISD, Position 4

Candidate
Christina Sato
Trey Kirbyincumbent
Jay Grimes

Willis City Council, Position 3

Candidate
Tamara Young-Hector
Thomas Belinoskiincumbent

Willis City Council, Position 5

Candidate
Juan C. Cristales
William Brownincumbent

Pearland City Council, Position 4

Candidate
Jeff Hunkele
Adrian Hernandezincumbent

Pearland ISD, Position 3

Candidate
Tobi Adeyinka
Crystal Carboneincumbent

Pearland ISD, Position 4

Candidate
Jessica Garcia Shafer
Sean Murphyincumbent

Alvin ISD, Position 1

Alvin ISD, Position 2

Candidate
Binu John
Judy Ann Peterson
Vernice Seriale Jr.
Cory Scott
Regina Stredic

Alvin ISD, Position 3

Nassau Bay City Council, Position 1

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees, District 4

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees, District 5

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees, At-Large Position A

West University Place, Mayor

Candidate
Kevin Trautner
Susan Sample

West University Place city council

Candidate
Melanie Bell
Rich Beck
John P. Barnes
John Montgomery
Sam Parikh
Mardi Turner
Shannon Carroll
Lauri Lankford
Ed Sobash

Southside Place, Mayor

Candidate
Andy Chan
Savvas T. Stefanides

Southside Place City Council, Position 3

Candidate
Brad Stollberg
Jennifer Anderson

Montgomery City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Jenny Stewart
Carol Langleyincumbent

Montgomery City Council, Place 3

Candidate
John Champagne Jr.
T.J. Wilkersonincumbent

Montgomery City Council, Place 5

Candidate
Byron Sanford
Tom Croninincumbent

Montgomery ISD, Position 4

Candidate
Christina Sato
Trey Kirbyincumbent
Jay Grimes

Willis City Council, Position 3

Candidate
Tamara Young-Hector
Thomas Belinoskiincumbent

Willis City Council, Position 5

Candidate
Juan C. Cristales
William Brownincumbent

Jersey Village, Place 2

Jersey Village, Place 3

Jersey Village, Mayor

Katy City Council, Ward A

Katy City Council, Ward B

City of Katy bond election

Candidate
Prop A—Public Safety: $1.8M—For the construction of improvements to municipal public buildings, including: Reimbursement of expenses for Fire Station No. 1 Rehabilitation, Construction of a training tower, Expansion of the City’s fleet maintenance facility, Refurbishing of existing police facilities.
Prop B—Parks and Recreation: $4.2M—For the construction of City park improvements, including: Hike and bike trail system, Construction of Parks administration building.

KISD Bond Election

Proposition
Prop A: $591.37M—Five new schools, purchase of school sites, renovations and expansions for aging campuses, safety and security upgrades, buses and building component replacements.
Prop B: $59.76M—Classroom and campus technology upgrades, including classroom student devices, teacher instructional laptops, wireless upgrades, cybersecurity infrastructure, and server life cycle and growth.
Prop C: $13.84M—Natatorium for the district’s new high school.
Prop D: $11.26M—Facility and stadium repairs and component replacements, including gym bleacher replacement, field lighting replacement and track surface replacement.

Katy ISD, Position 7

Candidate
Dawn Champagneincumbent
Walter Butler

City of Humble, Mayor

Candidate
Arliss Ann Bentley
Norman Funderburk

Humble City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Charles "Andy" Curryincumbent
Eric Lacy

Humble City Council, Place 2

Candidate
Charles Cunninghamincumbent
Linda Greenan

Humble ISD Trustee, Position 1

Candidate
Robert A. Sittonincumbent
Edgar Clayton
William A. Epperson
Rebecca Tribo

Humble ISD Trustee, Position 3

Candidate
Wilbert C. Baker
James C. Banks
Liz Diaz
Jesse Givens
Clint D. Horn
Chris Parker
David O. Popoola
Donté Washington

Humble ISD Trustee, Position 5

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees, District 4

Clear Creek ISD board of trustees, At-Large Position A

Pearland City Council, Position 4

Candidate
Jeff Hunkele
Adrian Hernandezincumbent

Pearland ISD, Position 3

Candidate
Tobi Adeyinka
Crystal Carboneincumbent

Pearland ISD, Position 4

Candidate
Jessica Garcia Shafer
Sean Murphyincumbent

Alvin ISD, Position 1

Alvin ISD, Position 2

Candidate
Binu John
Judy Ann Peterson
Vernice Seriale Jr.
Cory Scott
Regina Stredic

Alvin ISD, Position 3

Sugar Land City Council, District 1

Sugar Land City Council, District 4

Fort Bend ISD, Position 2

Shenandoah City Council

Candidate
John Escoto
Jon Samuelson

Magnolia ISD, Position 6

Candidate
Sharon Craig
Travis Moffattincumbent

Magnolia ISD, Position 6

Candidate
Sharon Craig
Travis Moffattincumbent

Richardson ISD Single-Member, District 1

Richardson ISD Bond Proposition A

The issuance of $694,000,000 of school building bonds for acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving and equipping school buildings, for the purchase of necessary sites for school buildings, the retrofitting of school buses with emergency, safety, or security equipment, and for the purchase or retrofitting of vehicles to be used for emergency, safety, or security purposes and for the purchase of new school buses, and the levying of a tax sufficient, without limit as to rate or amount, to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and to pay the costs of any credit agreements executed or authorized in anticipation of, in relation to or in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE

For
Against

Richardson ISD Bond Proposition B

The issuance of $56,000,000 of school building bonds for acquiring and equipping technology infrastructure, including computers, tablets and other technology devices, and the levying of a tax sufficient, without limit as to rate or amount, to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and to pay the costs of any credit agreements executed or authorized in anticipation of, in relation to or in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.

For
Against

Frisco ISD board member, Place 7

Candidate
Evelyn Brooks
René Archambaultincumbent

McKinney ISD Proposition A

Authorizing the board of trustees of the McKinney Independent School District to purchase attendance credits from the state with local tax revenue.

For
Against

McKinney ISD Proposition B

Ratifying the ad valorem tax rate of $1.5064 per $100 valuation in the McKinney Independent School District for the current year, a rate that will result in an increase of 1.95% in maintenance and operations tax revenue for the district for the current year as compared to the preceding year, which would be an additional $3,473,704.

For
Against

McKinney ISD Proposition C

The issuance of $245,000,000 of bonds by the McKinney Independent School District for school facilities and the purchase of land and buses and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds. This is a property tax increase.

For
Against

McKinney ISD Proposition D

The issuance of $30,000,000 of bonds by the McKinney Independent School District for technology and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest on the bonds. This is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Frisco council member, Place 1

Candidate
John Keatingincumbent
JP Schade

Frisco council member, Place 3

Collin College board member, Place 7

Candidate
Jim Orrincumbent
Helen Chang

Collin College board member, Place 8

Candidate
Misty Irby
Bob Collinsincumbent

Collin College board member, Place 9

Candidate
Andy Hardinincumbent
Jacoby Stewart, Sr.

McKinney ISD board member, Place 1

Candidate
Maria McKinzieincumbent
Larry Jagours

McKinney ISD board member, Place 2

Candidate
Philip Hasslerincumbent
Anthony Congine

McKinney ISD board member, Place 3

McKinney ISD board member, Place 7

McKinney council member, District 1

McKinney council member, District 3

McKinney council member, At-Large Position 1

Candidate
Brian J. Magnuson
Charlie Philipsincumbent

McKinney, Mayor

Candidate
George Fullerincumbent
Thomas Meredith
Jimmy R. Stewart**

**Jimmy R. Stewart has withdrawn from the race

Lewisville council member, Place 2

Candidate
William J. Meridith

Lewisville council member, Place 3

Lewisville charter amendment Proposition A

Whether to add a 6th City Council member in the event of annexation

For
Against

Lewisville charter amendment Proposition B

Whether to remove provisions covered by or inconsistent with state law

For
Against

Lewisville charter amendment Proposition C

Whether to eliminate requirement that members of Planning and Zoning Commission own real property

For
Against

Lewisville charter amendment Proposition D

Whether to remove provision that gives City Council authority to administer city departments, which is the role of the city manager

For
Against

Flower Mound council member, Place 4

Candidate
Jim Engelincumbent
Ani Umoh

Highland Village council member, Place 3

Candidate
Mike Lombardoincumbent
Andrew Crawford

Highland Village council member, Place 5

Candidate
Tom Heslepincumbent
Jason Bates

Highland Village council member, Place 7

Candidate
Dan Jaworskiincumbent

Lewisville ISD trustee, Place 1

Lewisville ISD trustee, Place 2

Candidate
Allison Lassahnincumbent
Sheila P. Taylor

Plano ISD board, Place 1

Plano ISD board, Place 2

Plano ISD board, Place 3

Candidate
Nancy Humphreyincumbent
Lynn Walling

Plano ISD board, Place 6

Candidate
Jeri Chambersincumbent
Marilyn Loughray

Richardson City Council, Place 4

Candidate
Joe Corcoran
Kyle Kepnerincumbent

Richardson City Council, Place 6

Plano City Council, Mayor

Plano City Council, Place 2

Candidate
Steve Lavine
Anthony Ricciardelliincumbent

Plano City Council, Place 4

Plano City Council, Place 8

Candidate
Elisa Klein
Rick Smithincumbent

Special election Plano City Council, Place 7

City of Plano Bond Proposition A

Issuance of $231,000,000 in general obligation bonds for street improvements

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition B

Issuance of $81,935,000 in general obligation bonds for parks and recreation improvements

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition C

Issuance of $15,900,000 in general obligation bonds for improvements to Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition D

Issuance of $27,140,000 in general obligation bonds for public safety facilities

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition E

Issuance of $5,500,000 in general obligation bonds for improvements to existing municipal facilities

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition F

Issuance of $2,490,000 in general obligation bonds for the city's library facilities

For
Against

Fort Worth City Council, Mayor

Candidate
W. Brian Byrd
Mike Haynes
Deborah Peoples
Chris Rector
Ann Zadeh
Mattie Parker
Mylene George
Cedric C. Kanyinda
Steve Penate
Daniel "DC" Caldwell

Fort Worth City Council, District 4

Candidate
Kristie Hanhart
Tara Wilson
Cary Moonincumbent
Max Striker
Jorge L. Chavez

Fort Worth City Council, District 7

Candidate
Joseph Lockhart Jr.
Lee Henderson
Zeb Pent
Irvin (Tee) Thomas
Connie Cottrell
Morris Curlee Jr.
Leonard Firestone
Michele Stephens McNill
Jake Wurman
Miguel Zamora

Keller City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Mitch Holmesincumbent
Shannon Dubberly

Keller City Council, Place 2

Candidate
Sean Hicksincumbent
Josh Bunch

Roanoke City Council, Mayor

Roanoke City Council, Ward 1

Candidate
Angela Diane Grimmincumbent
Hogan Page

Roanoke City Council, Ward 2

Roanoke City Council, Ward 3

Candidate
David Thompsonincumbent

Roanoke City Council, Ward 3 (unexpired term)

Keller ISD, Place 7

Candidate
Ruthie Keyesincumbent
Jacqueline Reagan

Northwest ISD, Place 1

Candidate
DeAnne Hatfieldincumbent

Northwest ISD, Place 2

Candidate
Mark Schulterincumbent
Kevin Lebanik

Northwest ISD Bond Proposition A

School Facilities & Capital Improvements - $712,400,000

For
Against

Northwest ISD Bond Proposition B

Stadium Renovations - $8,200,000

For
Against

Northwest ISD Bond Proposition C

Middle School Recreational Facilities - $5,700,000

For
Against

Northwest ISD Bond Proposition D

Technology Devices - $19,400,000

For
Against

Grapevine City Council, Mayor

Candidate
William D. Tateincumbent
Nick Kaufman

Grapevine City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Paul Slechtaincumbent

Grapevine City Council, Place 2

Southlake City Council, Mayor

Southlake City Council, Place 2

Southlake City Council, Place 5

Colleyville City Council, Place 5

Candidate
Chuck Kelleyincumbent
Amyn Gilani

Colleyville City Council, Place 6

Candidate
Callie Rigneyincumbent
Kurt Meyer II

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, Place 1

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, Place 2

Candidate
Becky St. Johnincumbent
Stetson Clark

Carroll ISD, Place 4

Carroll ISD, Place 5

Frisco ISD board member, Place 7

Candidate
Evelyn Brooks
René Archambaultincumbent

Frisco council member, Place 1

Candidate
John Keatingincumbent
JP Schade

Frisco council member, Place 3

Collin College board member, Place 7

Candidate
Jim Orrincumbent
Helen Chang

Collin College board member, Place 8

Candidate
Misty Irby
Bob Collinsincumbent

Collin College board member, Place 9

Candidate
Andy Hardinincumbent
Jacoby Stewart, Sr.

Grapevine City Council, Mayor

Candidate
William D. Tateincumbent
Nick Kaufman

Grapevine City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Paul Slechtaincumbent

Grapevine City Council, Place 2

Southlake City Council, Mayor

Southlake City Council, Place 2

Southlake City Council, Place 5

Colleyville City Council, Place 5

Candidate
Chuck Kelleyincumbent
Amyn Gilani

Colleyville City Council, Place 6

Candidate
Callie Rigneyincumbent
Kurt Meyer II

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, Place 1

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD, Place 2

Candidate
Becky St. Johnincumbent
Stetson Clark

Carroll ISD, Place 4

Carroll ISD, Place 5

Fort Worth City Council, Mayor

Candidate
W. Brian Byrd
Mike Haynes
Deborah Peoples
Chris Rector
Ann Zadeh
Mattie Parker
Mylene George
Cedric C. Kanyinda
Steve Penate
Daniel "DC" Caldwell

Fort Worth City Council, District 4

Candidate
Kristie Hanhart
Tara Wilson
Cary Moonincumbent
Max Striker
Jorge L. Chavez

Fort Worth City Council, District 7

Candidate
Joseph Lockhart Jr.
Lee Henderson
Zeb Pent
Irvin (Tee) Thomas
Connie Cottrell
Morris Curlee Jr.
Leonard Firestone
Michele Stephens McNill
Jake Wurman
Miguel Zamora

Keller City Council, Place 1

Candidate
Mitch Holmesincumbent
Shannon Dubberly

Keller City Council, Place 2

Candidate
Sean Hicksincumbent
Josh Bunch

Roanoke City Council, Mayor

Roanoke City Council, Ward 1

Candidate
Angela Diane Grimmincumbent
Hogan Page

Roanoke City Council, Ward 2

Roanoke City Council, Ward 3

Candidate
David Thompsonincumbent

Roanoke City Council, Ward 3 (unexpired term)

Keller ISD, Place 7

Candidate
Ruthie Keyesincumbent
Jacqueline Reagan

Northwest ISD, Place 1

Candidate
DeAnne Hatfieldincumbent

Northwest ISD, Place 2

Candidate
Mark Schulterincumbent
Kevin Lebanik

Northwest ISD Bond Proposition A

School Facilities & Capital Improvements - $712,400,000

For
Against

Northwest ISD Bond Proposition B

Stadium Renovations - $8,200,000

For
Against

Northwest ISD Bond Proposition C

Middle School Recreational Facilities - $5,700,000

For
Against

Northwest ISD Bond Proposition D

Technology Devices - $19,400,000

For
Against

Lewisville council member, Place 2

Candidate
William J. Meridith

Lewisville council member, Place 3

Lewisville charter amendment Proposition A

Whether to add a 6th City Council member in the event of annexation

For
Against

Lewisville charter amendment Proposition B

Whether to remove provisions covered by or inconsistent with state law

For
Against

Lewisville charter amendment Proposition C

Whether to eliminate requirement that members of Planning and Zoning Commission own real property

For
Against

Lewisville charter amendment Proposition D

Whether to remove provision that gives City Council authority to administer city departments, which is the role of the city manager

For
Against

Flower Mound council member, Place 4

Candidate
Jim Engelincumbent
Ani Umoh

Highland Village council member, Place 3

Candidate
Mike Lombardoincumbent
Andrew Crawford

Highland Village council member, Place 5

Candidate
Tom Heslepincumbent
Jason Bates

Highland Village council member, Place 7

Candidate
Dan Jaworskiincumbent

Lewisville ISD trustee, Place 1

Lewisville ISD trustee, Place 2

Candidate
Allison Lassahnincumbent
Sheila P. Taylor

McKinney, Mayor

Candidate
George Fullerincumbent
Thomas Meredith
Jimmy R. Stewart**

**Jimmy R. Stewart has withdrawn from the race

McKinney council member, District 1

McKinney council member, District 3

McKinney council member, At-Large Position 1

Candidate
Brian J. Magnuson
Charlie Philipsincumbent

McKinney ISD board member, Place 1

Candidate
Maria McKinzieincumbent
Larry Jagours

McKinney ISD board member, Place 2

Candidate
Philip Hasslerincumbent
Anthony Congine

McKinney ISD board member, Place 3

McKinney ISD board member, Place 7

McKinney ISD Proposition A

Authorizing the board of trustees of the McKinney Independent School District to purchase attendance credits from the state with local tax revenue.

For
Against

McKinney ISD Proposition B

Ratifying the ad valorem tax rate of $1.5064 per $100 valuation in the McKinney Independent School District for the current year, a rate that will result in an increase of 1.95% in maintenance and operations tax revenue for the district for the current year as compared to the preceding year, which would be an additional $3,473,704.

For
Against

McKinney ISD Proposition C

The issuance of $245,000,000 of bonds by the McKinney Independent School District for school facilities and the purchase of land and buses and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds. This is a property tax increase.

For
Against

McKinney ISD Proposition D

The issuance of $30,000,000 of bonds by the McKinney Independent School District for technology and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest on the bonds. This is a property tax increase.

For
Against

Collin College board member, Place 7

Candidate
Jim Orrincumbent
Helen Chang

Collin College board member, Place 8

Candidate
Misty Irby
Bob Collinsincumbent

Collin College board member, Place 9

Candidate
Andy Hardinincumbent
Jacoby Stewart, Sr.

Collin College board member, Place 7

Candidate
Jim Orrincumbent
Helen Chang

Collin College board member, Place 8

Candidate
Misty Irby
Bob Collinsincumbent

Collin College board member, Place 9

Candidate
Andy Hardinincumbent
Jacoby Stewart, Sr.

Plano City Council, Mayor

Plano City Council, Place 2

Candidate
Steve Lavine
Anthony Ricciardelliincumbent

Plano City Council, Place 4

Plano City Council, Place 8

Candidate
Elisa Klein
Rick Smithincumbent

Special election Plano City Council, Place 7

City of Plano Bond Proposition A

Issuance of $231,000,000 in general obligation bonds for street improvements

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition B

Issuance of $81,935,000 in general obligation bonds for parks and recreation improvements

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition C

Issuance of $15,900,000 in general obligation bonds for improvements to Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition D

Issuance of $27,140,000 in general obligation bonds for public safety facilities

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition E

Issuance of $5,500,000 in general obligation bonds for improvements to existing municipal facilities

For
Against

City of Plano Bond Proposition F

Issuance of $2,490,000 in general obligation bonds for the city's library facilities

For
Against

Plano ISD board, Place 1

Plano ISD board, Place 2

Plano ISD board, Place 3

Candidate
Nancy Humphreyincumbent
Lynn Walling

Plano ISD board, Place 6

Candidate
Jeri Chambersincumbent
Marilyn Loughray

Richardson ISD Single-Member, District 1

Richardson ISD Bond Proposition A

The issuance of $694,000,000 of school building bonds for acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving and equipping school buildings, for the purchase of necessary sites for school buildings, the retrofitting of school buses with emergency, safety, or security equipment, and for the purchase or retrofitting of vehicles to be used for emergency, safety, or security purposes and for the purchase of new school buses, and the levying of a tax sufficient, without limit as to rate or amount, to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and to pay the costs of any credit agreements executed or authorized in anticipation of, in relation to or in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE

For
Against

Richardson ISD Bond Proposition B

The issuance of $56,000,000 of school building bonds for acquiring and equipping technology infrastructure, including computers, tablets and other technology devices, and the levying of a tax sufficient, without limit as to rate or amount, to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and to pay the costs of any credit agreements executed or authorized in anticipation of, in relation to or in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.

For
Against

Collin College board member, Place 7

Candidate
Jim Orrincumbent
Helen Chang

Collin College board member, Place 8

Candidate
Misty Irby
Bob Collinsincumbent

Collin College board member, Place 9

Candidate
Andy Hardinincumbent
Jacoby Stewart, Sr.

Plano ISD board, Place 1

Plano ISD board, Place 2

Plano ISD board, Place 3

Candidate
Nancy Humphreyincumbent
Lynn Walling

Plano ISD board, Place 6

Candidate
Jeri Chambersincumbent
Marilyn Loughray

Richardson City Council, Place 4

Candidate
Joe Corcoran
Kyle Kepnerincumbent

Richardson City Council, Place 6

Brentwood City Commission

Candidate
Mark Gormanincumbent
Gina Gunn
Rhea Littleincumbent
Regina Smithsonincumbent
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