New AISD District Boundary Map

Some voters will be casting ballots in a different district

New AISD District Boundary Map

AISD boundaries have been redrawn since the last school board election, and many voters will find that their district representative has changed since the last AISD election. Voters will decide board of trustee races in three of the seven newly drawn single-member districts, and voters districtwide will cast ballots for an at-large position.

On the ballot

District 2: Incumbent Sam Guzmán faces challenger Jayme Mathias.

District 3: Incumbent Christine Brister suspended her campaign due to illness; Ann Teich is heir apparent to win the seat.

District 5: Amber Elenz and Charlie Jackson are competing for the post being vacated by Mark Williams.

At-Large 8: Gina Hinojosa and Mary Ellen Pietruszynski vie to succeed outgoing trustee Annette LoVoi.

Incumbent Trustees not on the ballot

Cheryl Bradley (D1); Vince Torres (D4); Lori Moya (D6); Robert Schneider (D7); Tamala Barksdale (At-Large 9)

See voting info and endorsements here.

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