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Election Dates & Locations

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Notice of Election & Voting Locations

Proposition B

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Don’t Forget to Vote!

  • Any registered voter within White Settlement ISD is eligible to vote in this election.

  • Citizens 65 and over who have applied for and received the over 65 Exemption will not have an increase in their taxes as a result of this bond.

  • Early Voting: Oct. 18-Oct. 29

    Monday, Oct. 18-Friday, Oct. 22: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
    Saturday, Oct. 23: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    Sunday, Oct. 24: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    Monday, Oct. 25 - Friday, Oct. 29: 7 a.m.–7 p.m.

    White Settlement Public Library 
    8215 White Settlement Road in White Settlement
 
  • Election Day: Tuesday, Nov. 2, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
    Click here for complete list of voting locations.


    White Settlement ISD Administration Building 

    401 S. Cherry Lane in White Settlement 

    White Settlement Public Library
    8215 White Settlement Road in White Settlement 

    Blue Haze Elementary
    601 Blue Haze Drive in Fort Worth

    Splash Dayz Conference Room in Event Center
    8905 Clifford Street in White Settlement 

    Grace Baptist Church
    1501 Jim Wright Freeway in Fort Worth

    Redeemer Bible Church
    100 Verna Trail North in Fort Worth

Who can vote in this election? 
Registered voters who reside in the WSISD boundaries may vote in the 2021 bond election. WSISD consists of the City of White Settlement and the western portion of Fort Worth. Click the link to find out if you reside in the WSISD boundaries.

Do I have to choose one of the 2 propositions?
The election includes 2 propositions, and voters can cast votes for both propositions. Proposition A is a 2 cent increase to the district's Interest and Sinking budget—would fund the $115 million bond package. Proposition B is for the Voter Approved Tax Ratification Election (VATRE), a 2 percent increase to WSISD's Maintenance and Operations budget.