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Clear Creek ISD 2022 Board of Trustees Election

Clear Creek ISD will hold a General Election on May 7, 2022. Trustee Position 1 and At Large B will be on the ballot to serve a three-year term.

Application packets will be available Monday, January 3, 2022 and the first day to file for a place on the ballot is Wednesday, January 19, 2022. 

Application Filing

Dates and Times:

1/19/22 – 2/18/22, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, excluding weekends. 
Applications MUST be received by 5:00 PM Friday, 2/18/22.

Physical address for filing an application in person for place on the ballot:

2425 E Main St, League City, 77573

Address to mail an application for place on the ballot (if filing by mail):

Attn: Jena Brown, PO Box 799, League City, Tx 77574

Email or Fax Number to send an application for place on the ballot

Email: OR Fax: 281-284-9902

Board Election Information

CCISD Election Coordinator

Jena Brown

Election Coordinator

Terms of Expiration 

The Board of Trustees hold terms of up to three years. All Registered voters residing in the school district may vote in At-Large Position A and at At-Large Position B. Additionally, registered voters who reside within a particular Board of Trustee District may vote in that respective district. 

View the 2022 District Election Boundaries 

District 1 
May 2019–May 2022

District 2  
November 2020–May 2023

District 3
November 2020–May 2023

District 4 
May 2021–May 2024

District 5 
May 2021–May 2024

At-Large Position A 
May 2021–May 2024

At-Large Position B 
May 2019–May 2022



Statement Regarding 2021 CCISD Board Election Records

Election records related to the May 2021 CCISD Board Election have been released in accordance with Texas law, despite an allegation to the contrary.  

A former candidate for a CCISD Board of Trustee position has filed numerous requests for documents related to the May 2021 election. The Clear Creek Independent School District has responded to each request in a timely manner, releasing upwards of 1,000 documents to the requester. 

The former candidate filed a complaint with the Texas Attorney General, alleging the school district refused to release certain records. On January 3, 2022, the Texas Attorney General dismissed the complaint stating, “We understand the district has made a good faith effort to provide information that is responsive to the request. Accordingly, our file on the matter will remain closed.” 

There are election records which cannot be released under Texas Election Code 66.058 for a period of 22 months. The former candidate has requested the cast ballot information from the internal memory of voting machines. These cast ballot images, according to Texas Election Code 66.058, must remain confidential for 22 months. It would be an offense to release voted ballots in advance of the 22-month period. The law states, “A custodian of a ballot box or secure container containing voted ballots commits an offense if, during the preservation period ... the custodian: (1) makes an unauthorized entry into the box or container; or (2) fails to prevent another person from handling the box or container in an unauthorized manner or from making an unauthorized entry into the box or container.” Violation of this law is a Class A misdemeanor. 

The Clear Creek Independent School District does not object to publicly releasing the cast ballot records when the 22-month preservation period expires.  

Additionally, the former candidate has requested vote tallies from the internal memory of the eSlate machines (“eSlates”) and from the internal memory of the Judges Booth Controllers (“JBCs”). These vote tallies do not exist, and never existed, and therefore there are no documents to release. The former candidate has received the vote tallies (“tally tapes”) that were printed from the JBCs on election night after polls closed. Per HART InterCivic, the manufacturer of the election machines, vote tallies are not saved or otherwise backed up by the internal memories of either the eSlates or the JBCs.  The following records have been released to the former candidate.  

  • Audit logs for the voting machines used in early voting and on election day 
  • Copies of tally tapes printed out from all early voting and voting day locations of Parr Elementary and Ross Elementary 
  • Final voter rosters for both early voting and election day
  • All records from the recount 
  • Complete list of voters who requested ballots by mail, broken down by precinct


Board Election May 2021

To view archived documentation associated with the November 2020 Board of Trustees election, including candidate filings, submit a Texas Public Information Act Request.