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Sulphur Springs Election Results

Residents in Sulphur Springs ISD approved the school district’s $157.15 million bond referendum, with 72% of voters supporting the proposal. The bond will generate funding to build two new elementary campuses, one named Rowena Johnson Elementary. Additional projects include renovations to Barbara Bush Elementary and Douglass Early Childhood Center and minor renovations at Bowie to accommodate the relocation of special program staff. For a list of the approved bond projects, visit

The community of Sulphur Bluff ISD demonstrated its commitment to the local school system by passing the $6 million bond proposal. With 108 votes in favor and 42 against, this decision will raise funds for the construction of school buildings and the purchase of new school buses, further enhancing our educational facilities.

There was only one contested race in the Sulphur Springs City Council election. For place 3, Oscar Aguilar defeated Seth McDaniel by 65% of the vote to 35%. Place 1 Councilman Jay Julian and Place 2 Councilman Harold Nash were unopposed.