Elections

Tuesday’s Tarrant County election results

Staff report

School districts

ALEDO

Propostion A: $64.2 million bond program for a new middle school and repurposing McAnally Intermediate into an elementary school.

For: 1,020

Against: 2,454

Proposition B: $8.7 million bond program for increased learning spaces for the agricultural and career/technical programs.

For: 1,190

Against: 2,277

EAGLE MOUNTAIN-SAGINAW

$524.7 million bond program to build a fourth high school, purchase land for future schools and pay for a new natatorium in partnership with the YMCA.

For: 1,574

Against: 724

FORT WORTH

Proposition A: Tax ratification election to move 2 cents from one tax pool to another.

For: 12,272

Against: 4,335

Proposition B: $750 million bond program to build new elementary school, renovate 14 schools and relocate three specialty campuses.

For: 13,034

Against: 3,611

Cities

BEDFORD

$70 million bond program for Boys Ranch Park improvements.

For: 1,458

Against: 1,419

BENBROOK WATER AUTHORITY BOARD

Four people are vying for three spots:

David Hafer: 591

Dave Clark: 468

Rick Whitehurst: 445

Dennis G. Lindgron: 402

EULESS

Should liquor stores be allowed in the city?

For: 1,292

Against: 671

GRAPEVINE

Proposition A: $3.9 million bond calls for the expansion of the Grapevine animal shelter.

For: 2,700

Against: 637

Proposition B: $16 million bond for relocation, reconstruction of fire stations.

For: 2,934

Against: 411

Proposition C: $4.8 million for Grapevine golf course clubhouse improvements.

For: 1,668

Against: 1,657

HALTOM CITY

Special election for Place 3 city council.

Linda Thompson: 485

Trenton Tidwell: 280

LAKE WORTH

Can city reallocate sales tax revenue to use for economic development?

For: 91

Against: 50

RICHLAND HILLS

Can city increase salaries of police officers and firefighters?

For: 162

Against: 434

Special election for Place 4 city council.

Roland Goveas: 323

Lisa Lachance-Skier: 130

Javier Alvarez: 85

WHITE SETTLEMENT

Special city council election for mayor, Place 5.

Mayor

Ronald A White (i): 336

Jerry Burns: 286

Place 5

Greg Geesa: 329

Dusty Pulliam: 233

Texas Constitutional Amendments

Proposition 1: Homestead exemptions for donated homes for veterans.

For: 633,033

Against: 102,309

Proposition 2: Changes in home equity rules.

For: 505,533

Against: 219,577

Proposition 3: Term limits for gubernatorial appointees.

For: 606,096

Against: 122,845

Proposition 4: Notification notice for constitutional challenges.

For: 478,961

Against: 243,867

Proposition 5: Expands 50-50 charitable raffles to more sports.

For: 432,963

Against: 278,373

Proposition 6: Property tax exemptions for spouses of first responders killed on duty.

For: 620,488

Against: 111,834

Proposition 7: Promotional raffles for banks, credit unions.

For: 432,498

Against: 286,803

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