ELECTION RESULTS

Here are the results of Tuesday’s election:

In Ada County
Boise School District Bond
$172,500,000 over 20 years – Needs 66.7% to pass

> In Favor 22,084 86%
Against 3,595 14%

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In Ada County
West Ada School District Plant Facilities Levy
$160,000,000 over 10 years – Needs 60% to pass

> In Favor 8,532 63%
Against 5,042 37%

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In Ada County
Kuna School District Supplemental Levy
$5,000,000 over 2 years – Needs Majority to pass

> In Favor 1,810 67%
Against 875 33%
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In Canyon County
Marsing School District Bond
$13,500,000 over 25 years – Needs 66.7% to pass

> In Favor 335 73%
Against 124 27%
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In Canyon County
Vallivue School District Plant Facilities Levy
$20,000,000 over 10 years – Needs 66.7% to pass

In Favor 851 61%
> Against 538 39%
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In Boise County
Horseshoe Bend School District Supplemental Levy
$600,000 over 2 years – Needs majority to pass

> In Favor 155 68%
Against 74 32%

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