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Although it’s too early to declare the Spokane School District’s bond issue a winner, it is clear that it did considerably better than the City of Spokane’s bond issue.
It pulled more votes out of almost every city precinct that the two proposals shared. Sometimes lots more, as the above map of the first night’s vote totals shows.
This is interesting for several reasons.
Voters in nine
Ballots that are mailed must be postmarked by Tuesday. They can also be deposited, minus a stamp, in a drop box set up by the County Elections office at most public libraries.
Drop box locations are inside the blog:
The people supporting the ballot measures for the Spokane School District seem to be intent on proving that the community needs to be spending more money on education. It seems they would not last long on that FOX-TV game show, “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?”
They keep making the mistakes that would earn students in the District 81 classrooms a failing grade.
Campaign yard signs for
But that’s not quite accurate, even a co-chairwoman of the bond
issue campaign concedes.
“It’s not a word choice with an eye on the financial market,” Barb Chamberlain of Citizens for Spokane Schools said.