Hays CISD School Board Elections

  • decorative photo of a vote sticker Welcome to the Hays CISD School Board elections main page. This page provides general information about the elections of the members of the Hays CISD Board of Trustees. For information about specific election years, please view the individual page associated with that year by using the "Election by Years" navigation menu below.

General Election Information

  • General Information About Board Elections

    The Hays CISD Board of Trustees is composed of seven members. Five trustees are elected from single-member-districts and two are elected at-large. Trustees are elected to serve three-year terms. School Board elections occur every year on the first Saturday in May. Positions that are up for election are staggered on a three, two, two cycle.

    This is a picture of a table that shows the years in which board seats are up for election.


    To help reduce the cost of elections for taxpayers and to provide added convenience, Hays CISD conducts its elections jointly with other entities holding elections in May. The district contracts with the office of the Hays County Elections Administrator to help with operating polling locations and to ensure each election is conducted properly. To participate in School Board elections, you must be a registered voter and live within the school district boundaries. 

Elections By Year

Traditional Election Locations

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High School Voter Registration

  • decorative photo about voter registration Did you know that the Texas Election Code (Sec. 13.046) automatically makes high school principals deputy voter registrars? That means high school students and employees can register to vote right at their campus.

    Twice a year, during the year students turn 18, the high schools distribute voter registration cards. This usually occurs during government class since most seniors take this course the year they turn 18. Additionally, voter registration cards are available any time in the high school principal's office. 

    Once the forms are completed, high school students and campus employees can either mail their registration forms or take them in person to the elections administrator in the county in which they live, or they can turn them in to the principal who will ensure delivery to the proper place. 

    You are eligible to register to vote if:

    • You are a United States citizen;
    • You are a resident of the county where you submit the application;
    • You are at least 17 years and 10 months old, and you are 18 years of age on
      Election Day.
    • You are not a convicted felon (you may be eligible to vote if you have completed your sentence, probation, and parole); and
    • You have not been declared by a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be either totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote.

    Learn more about registering and voting at: www.votetexas.gov