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Four Ballot Items – One Priority, Our Students

Ben Albers|
Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Early Voting: April 19 - 27, Election Day: May 1

On May 1, McKinney ISD will be holding an important election that will impact our students, teachers, and community for many years to come. This election will provide funding for classrooms and facilities, and will lower the tax rate by at least 3 cents or $112 per year for the average homeowner.

Through conservative management of funds, even with all four ballot items, McKinney ISD will be able to lower the total tax rate by 3 cents – a savings of about $112 per year for the average homeowner.

This election includes four ballot items, all focused on one priority: McKinney ISD students.

The ballot items include an Attendance Credit Election (ACE), a Voter-Approval Tax Rate Election (VATRE), a $245 million school bond program and a $30 million technology bond program.

For more information, visit, and don’t forget to vote.

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