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Here's how Central Texans voted on local propositions, races

Here are the results for Saturday's election, including TCAD positions, disannexation referendums and school bonds.

AUSTIN, Texas — View full election results here.

Travis County

For the first time, Texans living in counties with a population of 75,000 or more elected three people to their appraisal district board of directors. This is a result of the changes Texas lawmakers made to the tax code with Senate Bill 2, which was passed in the second special session of the 88th Texas Legislature. An appraisal district board of directors oversees the operations of the appraisal district, which is responsible for appraising property for property taxes.

Former Austin City Councilmember and director of the Travis County Taxpayers Union Don Zimmerman faced off against Jett Hanna, a member of the Texas Supreme County Professional Ethics Committee. Hannah won the race with 69% of the vote.

Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak ran  for Place 2, along with attorney Shenghao “Daniel” Wang and Jonathan Patschke, who is the treasurer of the Libertarian Party of Travis County. Wang won the race with 67% of the vote.

Dick Lavine, a board member of Progress Texas and and the senior financial analyst of Every Texan, faced Bill May in the race for Place 3. Lavine won the race with 73% of the vote.

City of Austin

Residents living in several neighborhoods annexed by the city of Austin wanted to be disannexed from the city.

  • Prop A: Lost Creek, 738 acres of land west of the Lost Creek Blvd and the Capital of Texas Highway intersection
  • Prop B: Morreland Addition, four acres of land east of the intersection of Menchaca Road and Mooreland Drive
  • Prop C: Blue Goose Road, 28 acres of land near the intersection of Highway 290 East and Blue Goose Road
  • Prop D: Lennar at Malone, 40.48 acres of land near West Slaughter Lane and Slaughter Creek Drive
  • Prop E: Wildhorse/Webb Track, 104 acres of land at the corner of Decker Lane and Lindell Lane
  • Prop F: River Place Outparcels, 212 acres of land adjacent to the River Place Municipal Utility District

RELATED: 6 neighborhoods to vote on whether or not to leave the city of Austin

City of Lakeway

People living in the city of Lakeway decided on a $22 million parks bond proposition. The bond will pay for upgrades to five parks and recreation centers in the city, including the Lakeway Activity Center and Lakeway Swim Center.

City of Leander

Leander residents elected a mayor during this election. Incumbent Christine DeLisle faced four challengers, including former mayor John Cowman, Travis County GOP Spokesperson Andy Houge, security executive Damon Burger and mechanic Fred Summers.

Elgin ISD

Elgin ISD leaders asked residents to approve two bond propositions that total $375 million. 

Prop A is $366 million to build a new elementary school and new middle school, improve capacity at the high school, purchase new school buses and complete other campus upgrades and improvements. Prop B is $9 million to enhance career, technology and education arts programs and renovate the district’s press box.

RELATED: Elgin ISD holds $375 million bond election to address rapid growth

Georgetown ISD 

Georgetown ISD leaders asked residents to approve a bond package that was broken up into four propositions: 

  • Prop A sets aside more than $597 million for improvements related to growth. It includes funding for the construction of a new elementary, middle and high school
  • Prop B sets aside $20 million for technology improvements
  • Prop C sets aside more than $27 million for fine art purposes, including funds for a new performing arts center at East View High School
  • Prop D is nearly $4 million for athletic upgrades

RELATED: Georgetown ISD asks voters to approve nearly $650M to address growing need for more schools

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