• The Role of a School Board Member



    In 2018, the Clint ISD Board of Trustees voted in favor of a new election system. The new board election system of Clint ISD will be a combination of "At Large" and "Single-Member Districts" and consist of seven members. Five of the Trustee positions will be elected from Single-Member Districts and the other two positions will be elected At-Large for four-year terms.

    Candidates for Single-Member District positions must reside within the boundaries of that district. Candidates for At-Large positions may live anywhere within the boundaries of the Clint Independent School District.

    All registered voters residing in the school district may vote for the At-Large Position.  Registered voters who reside within a particular Board of Trustee District may vote for their residing district.


    (Texas Education Code, Chapter 11; Texas Election Code 11.002)

    Must be a US Citizen

    Residence - 1 year in the state and 6 months in the school district (of the territory) prior to the filing deadline (Texas Elec. Code, Section 141.001(a); Brown v. Patterson, 609 SW 2nd 287)

    Age -- 18 years

    Must be a registered voter in the territory elected from by the filing deadline

    Must not be convicted (finally convicted or otherwise) of specific crimes in the Education Code in time to serve.

    Must not have a final judgment from a court of being mentally incapacitated or partially incapacitated without the right to vote.



    November 8, 2022

    First Day to File an Application for a Place on the

    Clint ISD Board of Trustee Ballot

    Saturday, July 23, 2022

    Last Day to File an Application for a Place on the

    Clint ISD Board of Trustee Ballot

    Monday, August 22, 2022 at 5:00PM

    Candidate Guide-PDF-Posted 7.21.2022

    Legal Notices

    Notice of Deadline to File for Place on the Ballot-PDF-Posted 6.17.2022

    Election Order-PDF-Posted 7.22.2022

    Notice of Drawing for Place on the Ballot-PDF-Posted 8.23.2022