Voters in Tarrant County approved 9 of the 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution, including Proposition 4, which would ban a state income tax. Unlike most of the county, however, one school district’s bond was defeated by the district’s voters.

On Tuesday, voters in Azle Independent School District defeated the district’s proposed $149.9 million bond. Sadly, this result was an outlier as all other bonds on the Tarrant County ballot passed.

Below are the unofficial results of the election. Official results can be found at Tarrant County elections.

Tarrant County College District

  • Proposition A – $825M bond: For (60.23%), Against (39.77%)

Keller

  • Proposition B – Reauthorize 0.25% sales tax: For (80.82%), Against (19.18%)

Aledo ISD

  • Proposition A – $149.9M school bond: For (66.28%), Against (33.72%)

Arlington ISD

  • Proposition A – $966M school bond: For (66.58%), Against (33.42%)

Azle ISD

  • Proposition A – $79.8M school bond: For (40.06%), Against (59.94%)

Keller ISD

  • Proposition A – $315M school bond: For (53.49%), Against (46.51%)

Karis Municipal Management District

  • Proposition A – Confirm district: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition B – $115.9M water/drainage bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition C – $112.6M road bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition D – $115.9M water/drainage refunding bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition E – $112.6M road refunding bonds: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]
  • Proposition F – Unlimited property tax: For (100%), Against (0%) [1 ballot cast]

Information in this article has been updated since publication. 

Robert Montoya

Born in Houston, Robert Montoya is an investigative reporter for Texas Scorecard. He believes transparency is the obligation of government.

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