The Collin County Elections Office has announced final results for the Allen ISD bond election after counting additional mail-in and provisional ballots. Proposition A, which was too close to call on election night, has been approved by voters. The results from the other propositions remain the same as originally called: Proposition D was approved, and Propositions B and C were not approved.
The passing of Propositions A and D represents 96.5% of the total $222,085,000 up for vote.
“On behalf of Allen ISD, I want to thank our community for supporting Propositions A and D,” said Superintendent Robin Bullock. “I also want to acknowledge the members of the Project Kids committee for their hard work in creating this proposal and recommending it to the Board of Trustees. These projects will help Allen ISD maintain our long-standing tradition of excellence, and they will provide our staff with the resources they need to prepare our students for their future. For the projects that were not approved by voters, Allen ISD and the Board of Trustees will evaluate the steps necessary to address these needs in our district.”
The final voting breakdown for each proposition was:
Proposition A: 50.02% (24,064 votes) For, 49.98% (24,046 votes) Against
Proposition B: 38.90% (18,648 votes) For, 61.10% (29,288 votes) Against
Proposition C: 48.58% (23,253 votes) For, 51.42% (24,616 votes) Against
Proposition D: 54.22% (26,054 votes) For, 45.78% (22,000 votes) Against
More than 48,000 people voted in the Allen ISD elections, an all-time record for a bond election in this district.