Kerr County voters turned out in huge numbers for the November 6 midterm election. With a turnout of 33,504, the turnout more than doubled from the 2014 midterm, yielding a total turnout of about 56% — an 8% increase over 2014.
More than 15,000 people voted early, and around 4,600 cast a ballot on Election Day.
The KISD Bond Election passed overwhelmingly, with a 2-1 margin favoring the proposition. A total of 7,437 voted in favor, with 3,654 opposed (67%-33%).
Check the link below for the full results of Kerr County’s 2018 election. The link opens a PDF from Kerr County that shows the results of each individual race.