UPDATE: As of 9:05 p.m., 40.67 percent of precincts are reporting, and there have been no major changes.
Results from election day have started coming in for the Lewisville charter election. With 30 percent of precincts reporting, support for both propositions has dipped slightly but are still hovering around 80 and 85 percent approval. The Lewisville Texan Journal will update with the full election results in the morning.
UPDATE: As of 7:57 p.m., the Secretary of State’s website uploaded the election results for Denton County. The county has voted mostly along with the state, with the biggest swings of two and three percentage points.
The statewide results have mostly held within a few points of the original listings, now with 8.62 percent of precincts reporting.
ORIGINAL POST: The early voting results are in on the Secretary of State’s website for the seven Texas constitutional amendments, and they all appear to have passed in a landslide.
As of 7:20 p.m., only Proposition 7 has less than 60 percent approval rating — though only 0.55 to 0.56 percent of registered Texas voters are accounted for.
Early voting results have not yet been updated for Denton or Dallas counties.
Lewisville’s two propositions are also looking set in stone, with Proposition A sitting at 84.92 percent approval and Proposition B at 80.59 percent.
The Lewisville Texan Journal will update this post periodically as more results come in.