Election Results

  • Three LSCS Trustee Districts
    $485 Million Bond Referendum

    Tuesday, November 4, 2014
    Early Voting is Oct. 20 - Oct. 31.

Results

Includes:
318 of 318 precincts in Harris County
89 of 89 precincts in Montgomery
1 of 1 precinct in San Jacinto County

District 3

Harris County Total
Alton Smith 14,365
(100%)
14,365
(100%)

District 4

Harris County Total
Art Murillo 6,614
(100%)
6,614
(100%)

District 9

Harris County Total
Ken E. Lloyd 19,484
(71.45%)
19,484
(71.45%)
Lamar Casparis 3,905
(14.32%)
3,905
(14.32%)
Dom Bongiorni 3,882
(14.23%)
3,882
(14.23%)

LSCS Bond Election

Harris County Montgomery County San Jacinto County Total
For 128,598
(66.92%)
47,825
(61.24%)
40
(46.34%)
176,463
(65.27%)
Against 63,570
(33.08%)
30,268
(38.76%)
46
(53.66%)
93,884
(34.73%)

Results By County

For additional information, please call Ms. Helen Clougherty at 832-813-6514 or email helen.clougherty@lonestar.edu.

District Maps

Board members are elected to single member districts and are volunteers who serve without pay. They serve staggered terms so that there are always experienced members on the board.

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2014 Election Downloads

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Cover of election pdf

2014 Bond Referendum and Board of Trustees Election brochure
(English | Español | Việt | 中国)

Cover of Opening Doors pdf

2014 LSC brochure
(English | Español | Việt | 中国)

Key Messages

2014 LSC Bond Key Messages
(English | Español)

Quick Facts

2014 LSC Bond Quick Facts
(English | Español)

Key Messages

2014 LSC Bond Referendum and Board of Trustees Election Presentation (pdf)

Board of Trustee Election - District Maps

LSC Fast Facts

  • 95,000+ students
    (Fall 2014, credit + non-credit)
  • Added 33,565 credit students from 2007 – 2014, a 68% increase
  • 180+ programs of study
  • Top 10 Degree Producer, ranked 4th in the U.S.
  • Train 84% of area first responders and 60% of area nurses
  • 91% of students stay in the community after attending
  • 8,000 high school dual credit students
  • 6,000+ employees
    (full-time/part-time)
  • 2.1 million population
    2.55 million by 2019
  • $3.1 billion annual economic impact

LSC Locations

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