Live results on school board races and more

Election clerk Wes Garcia, right, holds the door for a voter at an early voting location at the Hays County Elections Office in the Hays County Government Center in San Marcos on Monday October 26, 2020.  [JAY JANNER/AMERICAN-STATESMAN]
  • Dripping Springs school board, City Council races
  • San Marcos school board: six candidates, two seats
  • Hays school district: $238.4M bond, two seats
  • Hays, Uhland council seats in play

For Hays County election results and vote count totals, please visit our election results page.

Unofficial final results show that more than 8,700 residents, or 6.2% of voters, cast their vote in Hays County. A total of 141,065 residents are registered to vote, according to county data.

Check in here for the latest. San Marcos, Hays and Dripping Springs school board seats are in play, as well as Hays, Uhland and Dripping Springs city council seats. The $238.4 million Hays school bond is also on the ballot tonight.

Hays school bond

The district’s $238.4 million bond package that will help schools brace for growth received approval on three of its six propositions. 

Final tallies show 59.81% of the vote was for Proposition A , 58.31% for B, and 62.68% for F, while 56.14% of the vote was against Proposition C, 55.28% against D and 52.8% against E. 

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