The Austin Independent School District board election will be Nov. 4. The full board consists of nine members; five trustee seats are up for election.
Voters will elect single-member seats from geographic regions one, four, six, seven, and a districtwide trustee seat nine. Trustees serve four-year terms.
- Early voting begins Monday, Oct. 20 and ends Friday, Oct. 31. Visit the Travis County Clerk to find the regular or mobile early voting locations around the county.
- Learn more about the AISD Board of Trustee candidates through presentations that can be viewed on AISD Webpage, AustinISD TV Blog and on Cable Channel 22.
The Austin ISD Board of Trustees is composed of a group of unpaid, dedicated individuals, who guide the Austin Independent School District toward excellence. As the district's elected leaders, trustees represent community expectations as they chart the direction of educational programs and services and establish the standard by which success is measured.
Trustees establish policies for operating the district and ensuring its financial viability. The board also employs the superintendent, approves the budget and monitors expenditures, sets the tax rate, and may call for a bond or tax rate election.