Shanks, Grant win school board elections in unofficial results
Sierra Martin | Managing Editor
This article contains unofficial results for the May 7 Uniform Election from the Hays County elections office as of May 9, 2022, at 11:40 a.m.
HAYS COUNTY — The May 2022 Uniform Election wrapped up on May 7, and the unofficial results have been released. Citizens of Hays County had the opportunity to vote on multiple state propositions and local school board positions. Only 9.83% of registered voters in the county showed up to the polls.
In the race for San Marcos CISD Trustee, District 4, Brian Shanks has just over 51% of the vote in the unofficial results.
According to the unofficial results, Amy Grant has secured the Hays CISD Single-Member District 4 position with over 57% of the vote. The Hays CISD proposition to issue $155,649,800 in school building bonds for the construction and renovation of school buildings in the district and purchase of new school buses passed by just 51.37%.
Those registered to vote also had the opportunity to cast their ballot for two proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution relating to property taxes, which both passed with a significant majority of the vote.
Olivia Barnard and Tricia Quintero have been elected to three-year terms on the Dripping Springs ISD Board of Trustees, according to unofficial election results. DSISD trustees do not represent places; the two candidates who receive the most votes are elected. Barnard received 25.66% of the vote and Quintero received 25.63% of the vote.
Below you will find the unofficial results for the May 7, 2022, Uniform Election as of May 9 at 11:40 a.m.Cumulative Results (unofficial)