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Hays County released cumulative but unofficial results from the May 2021 general election on May 1. 

UPDATE: 9:08 P.M. 

Hays County polling locations have reported cumulative but unofficial results as of 9:08 p.m. on May 1. Here are the updated numbers from San Marcos and Hays County races. Voter turnout is 6.20% with 8,740 out of 141,065 registered voters voting in this election. 

City and school candidates general election unofficial results

Hays Consolidated Independent School District, Board of Trustees, District 3:

Courtney Runkle: 66.08% (298)

Richard W. Cronshey: 33.92% (153)

Hays Consolidated Independent School District, Board of Trustees, At-Large:

Will McManus: 54.71% (1,359)

Donyé Curry: 40.66% (1,010)

Bert Aguin: 4.63% (115)

San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Trustees, At-Large:

Anne Halsey: 30.92% (1,083)

Mari Salmi: 25.29% (886)

Sylvia DeLeon Muzzy: 21.24% (744)

Andrew Fay: 12.62% (442)

Nicholas “Nico” Costilla: 8.54% (299)

Roger E. Davis: 1.40% (49)

Hays County Consolidated School District propositions unofficial results

Proposition A: 

For: 59.81% (1,607)

Against: 40.19% (1,080)

Proposition B:

For: 58.31% (1,562)

Against: 41.69% (1,117)

Proposition C:

Against: 56.14% (1,503)

For: 43.86% (1,174)

Proposition D:

Against: 55.28% (1,481)

For: 44.72% (1,198)

Proposition E:

Against: 52.80% (1,415)

For: 47.20% (1,265)

Proposition F:

For: 62.68% (1,681)

Against: 37.32% (1,001)

UPDATE: 8:20 P.M. 

Hays County polling locations have reported cumulative but unofficial results as of 8:20 p.m. on May 1. Here are the updated numbers from San Marcos and Hays County races. Voter turnout is 4.17% with 5,887 out of 141,065 registered voters voting in this election. 

City and school candidates general election unofficial results

Hays Consolidated Independent School District, Board of Trustees, District 3:

Courtney Runkle: 64.26% (178)

Richard W. Cronshey: 35.74% (99)

Hays Consolidated Independent School District, Board of Trustees, At-Large:

Will McManus: 54.74% (797)

Donyé Curry: 40.45% (589)

Bert Aguin: 4.81% (70)

San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Trustees, At-Large:

Anne Halsey: 30.51% (1,004)

Mari Salmi: 24.67% (812)

Sylvia DeLeon Muzzy: 21.76% (716)

Andrew Fay: 13.10% (431)

Nicholas “Nico” Costilla: 8.60% (283)

Roger E. Davis: 1.37% (45)

Hays County Consolidated School District propositions unofficial results

Proposition A: 

For: 56.11% (886)

Against: 43.89% (693)

Proposition B:

For: 55.29% (872)

Against: 44.71% (705)

Proposition C:

Against: 59.94% (994)

For: 40.06% (631)

Proposition D:

Against: 58.04% (917)

For: 41.96% (663)

Proposition E:

Against: 55.36% (873)

For: 44.64% (704)

Proposition F:

For: 59.33% (935)

Against: 40.67% (641)

UPDATE: 7:20 P.M. 

Hays County polling locations have reported cumulative but unofficial results as of 7:20 p.m. on May 1. Here are the updated numbers from San Marcos and Hays County races. Voter turnout is 3.51% with 4,948 out of 141,065 registered voters voting in this election. 

City and school candidates general election unofficial results 

Hays Consolidated Independent School District, Board of Trustees, District 3:

Courtney Runkle: 64.82% (164)

Richard W. Cronshey: 35.18% (89)

Hays Consolidated Independent School District, Board of Trustees, At-Large:

Donyé Curry: 38.29% (704)

Will McManus: 56.87% (474)

Bert Aguin: 4.85% (60)

 San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District Trustees, At-Large:

Anne Halsey: 29.22% (587)

Mari Salmi: 23.15% (465)

Sylvia DeLeon Muzzy: 22.50% (452)

Andrew Fay: 13.24% (266)

Nicholas "Nico" Costilla: 10.45% (210)

Roger E. Davis: 1.44% (29)

Hays County Consolidated School District propositions unofficial results

Proposition A: 

For: 55.32% (743)

Against: 44.68% (600)

Proposition B:

For:  54.84% (736)

Against:  45.16% (606)

Proposition C:

Against: 60.67% (813)

For: 39.33% (527)

Proposition D:

Against: 59.57% (800)

For: 40.43% (543)

Proposition E:

Against: 55.56% (745)

For: 44.44% (596)

Proposition F:

For: 58.66% (786)

Against: 41.34% (554)

The University Star will continue to provide updates as they become available. 

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