Voters reject Snohomish School District school bond
More than half of voters pushed back on the $470 million capital bond ask
Last updated 2/21/2020 at 4:14pm
The $470 million Snohomish School District capital bond failed after 53.31% of voters rejected it during the Feb. 11 election.
A bond needs a 60% majority to pass in Washington state, and the bond was nowhere near the threshold. The latest numbers show the bond failing with only 46.69% of voters approving the school district’s multi-million dollar ask. Voter turnout was a little over 39%, according to unofficial vote counts by Snohomish County Feb. 20.
Mill Creek residents send their students to both the Snohomish School District and Everett Public Schools. There are about 10,045 in the...
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