CYPRESS TEXAS — While still officially unofficial, the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD’s largest bond election is essentially decided.

Upon release of early voting results, with an overwhelming 73.46% in favor of the $1.7 billion bond election, it appears to only be a matter of time until it’s certified.

The school district offers a comprehensive analysis of what taxpayer dollars will go toward in the coming future at this link.

The early voting turnout was:

For: 5,859

Against: 1,989

Absentee voting turnout was:

For: 1,462

Against: 656

The 7 p.m. results do not include any votes cast on election day (May 4, 2019) today.

The results from the $1.7 billion dollar bond election at 7 p.m., before election day votes were calculated, May 4, 2019.
The results from the $1.7 billion dollar bond election at 7 p.m., before election day votes were calculated, May 4, 2019.

Update:

With 100% of the relevant voting locations reporting, the election swung toward the “Against” side, but not enough to change the decision.

Election day voters were still largely in favor of the bond issue.

For: 2,527

Against: 1,499

This only shifted the overall percentage by just over three percent, with 70.38% favoring the $1.7 billion bond.

The results from the $1.7 billion dollar bond election at 7 p.m., after election day votes were calculated, May 4, 2019.
The results from the $1.7 billion dollar bond election at 7 p.m., after election day votes were calculated, May 4, 2019.

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