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Monday, October 14, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Public School District measures

East Valley School District Proposition 1

The East Valley district is asking voters for a four-year maintenance and operations levy that would raise about $13 million a year.

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144
Option Votes Pct
Yes 3,216 61.85%
No 1,984 38.15%

Great Northern School District Proposition 1

The small district west of Spokane is asking voters for a two-year maintenance and operations levy that would raise $200,000 a year.

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143
Option Votes Pct
Yes 203 81.53%
No 46 18.47%

Liberty School District Proposition 1

The district, which serves much of southern Spokane County, is asking voters for a 20-year bond measure that would raise $12.2 million to fund renovations to the 1960s-era high school building, build a new gymnasium, renovate bathrooms and locker rooms and install wireless Internet. The bond would also support security updates in the elementary and junior high schools.

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146
Option Votes Pct
Yes 891 61.53%
No 557 38.47%

Orchard Prairie School District Proposition 1

The small school district surrounded by the Mead, Spokane and West Valley school districts, is asking for 20-year bond to raise $1.5 million to build a new multipurpose room and modernize its only school. The measure needs 60 percent support to pass.

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142
Option Votes Pct
Yes 169 54.17%
No 143 45.83%

Reardan-Edwall School District

The district, which includes parts of Spokane and Lincoln counties, is asking voters for a 25-year bond to raise $10.9 million to raise money for extensive renovations to Reardan Elementary and Smith Gym.

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145
Option Votes Pct
Yes 862 63.06%
No 505 36.94%

Fire measures

Spokane County Fire District 9 Proposition 1

The district, which covers Mead and much of northern Spokane County, is asking voters for a two-year maintenance and operations levy that would raise more than $7 million a year.

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147
Option Votes Pct
Yes 6,894 77.65%
No 1,984 22.35%