The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Voters reject bond proposal 912-454

 

February 13, 2020



Voters in the Wahkiakum School District have rejected a proposal to sell $38 million in bonds to renovate district school buildings.

Initial votes counted Tuesday showed 912 voters opposed to the bonds, 66.72%, and 33.21% in favor.

The Wahkiakum County Auditor's Office will count late arriving ballots today (Thursday) to update the results.

The school district board of directors is scheduled to meet next Tuesday, 6 p.m., in the Wahkiakum High School Library.

Unofficial Election Results

Bonds to improve safety and renovate and expand schools

Overall Vote

Approve 454 33.21%

Reject 912 66.72%

Skamokawa precinct

Approve 39 30.23%

Reject 89 68.99%

Elochoman precinct

Approve 70 27.34%

Reject 186 72.66%

Rosedale precinct

Approve 42 31.34%

Reject 92. 68.66%

Columbia precinct

Approve 87 39.37%

Reject 134 60.63%

East Puget Island precinct

Approve 54 35.53%

Reject 98 64.47%

West Puget Island precinct

Approve 80 29.09%

Reject 195 70.91%

South Cathlamet precinct

Approve 51 36.96%

Reject 87 63.04%

North Cathlamet precinct

Approve 31 50.00%

Reject 31 50.00%

 

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