May promises to be a busy time for voters.
Next month’s election cycle will see 45 different political subdivisions asking voters to approve 49 separate bond propositions totaling $5.5 billion. That’s a hefty sum, especially given Texas’ already elevated level of debt.
Among those asking for the most are: Lewisville ISD ($737.5 M); Collin County Community College District ($600 M); and Round Rock ISD ($572.1 M – 3 separate propositions). Other large bond propositions include:
Source: Texas Comptroller’s Upcoming Bond Election Roundup
For more information on new debt proposals, be sure to check out the Texas Comptroller’s Upcoming Bond Election Roundup. For information on existing debt burdens, see the Texas Bond Review Board’s Searchable Debt Database.