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Yelm Schools Bond update – vote count leaning to not pass

A 60% majority approval is required for the Yelm Schools Bond to pass.
The Yelm Schools Special Bond measure remains too close to call with a 58.9% approval, though all week has remained under the 60% super-majority required for approval. While still possible to pass, the measure is leaning to fail.
Next updated count is February 22nd, with certification the 23rd.

Results as of tonight:
Thurston County
3,204 votes Approve 60.77%
2,068 votes Reject 39.23%
Total votes 5,272
Click here for the results.

Pierce County
439 votes Approve 48.19%
472 votes Reject 51.81%
Total votes 911
Click here for the results.

Total
Approve 3,643 = 58.9%
Reject 2,540 = 41.1%
Total 6,183

Posted by Steve on February 16, 2018 at 3:24 pm | Permalink

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