Some of the biggest parts of Lewisville ISD’s bond election were approved in Tuesday’s election, but voters rejected other propositions.
With 100% of precincts reporting, the following unofficial results have been provided by the Denton County Elections Office:
Proposition A, the Voter Approval Tax Rate Ratification Election (VATRE), was approved by about 69.4% of 31,914 voters. The VATRE will generate nearly $37.5 million in funding for student instruction, programs of choice and extracurricular opportunities.
Prop B, a bond for $960.58 million, was approved by about 61.9% of voters. It will fund maintenance, repairs and renovations to LISD campuses and facilities, including safety and security equipment and technology, replacement of the transportation center and the purchase of school buses.
Prop C, $69.6 million to update and purchase instructional technology equipment, was approved by 54% of voters.
Prop D, $31.4 million for maintenance and renovations at athletics facilities, was rejected by 57.2% of voters.
Prop E, $16.25 million for maintenance and renovations at the Eastside and Westside aquatics center, was rejected by about 55.5% of voters.
Prop F, $20 million for maintenance and renovations to four football stadiums (including Marcus and Flower Mound), was rejected by about 55.7% of voters.
And finally, Prop G, $131.82 million for the construction and/or renovations to multipurpose indoor athletics facilities at five high schools (including Marcus and Flower Mound), was disapproved by about 56.5% of the vote.
Click here for more details about each bond proposal.
Thank you to the more than 32,000 voters that made your voice heard during this election.
Together, we will continue to work towards providing the best possible education for our students and ensuring that our community remains a great place to live and work! pic.twitter.com/WfLtE1NGF5
— Lori Rapp (@loridrapp) November 8, 2023