Find out which Klein ISD bond accessories have support from mail-in voters and early voters


Klein ISD called for a bond election at their regular meeting scheduled for Tuesday, February 15, 2022. The bond proposes to fund many new projects, including new buildings and equipment, and a new sports stadium.

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Unofficial results from mailings and early voting show that voters are in favor of three of Klein ISD’s four bond proposals in the May 7 ballot. Election day results had yet to be released as of 8:30 p.m. Saturday.

Proposals A, B and C, totaling more than $1 billion in proposed projects, received majority support from early and mail-in voters. Proposal A has 62.07% with 7,577 votes, Proposal B has 61.77% and Proposal C has 51.37%.

Proposal A would allocate $843.84 million for safety and security improvements; plans to accommodate growth, including a new middle school; facility upgrades and renovations; and upgrades for academic, arts, and sports spaces.

Proposal B includes $51.51 million to purchase new devices for students and teachers, and new classroom instruction technology for each school.

Proposal C would provide $131.325 million to build a new district event center with indoor seating for over 8,000 people.

Proposal D has 49.53%, or 6,030 early and mail-in votes in favor and 6,144 against – a difference of 144 votes. The proposal includes $75.19 million for a new district-wide stadium as well as renovations for Klein Memorial Stadium.

For more information on Klein ISD bond proposals, visit

All results remain unofficial until viewed.

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