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Election Results: School bonds and levies from Tuesday, March 12

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Kuna Levy


The $2.5 million Kuna School District levy will go toward supporting school for the next two years with things like providing new materials and technology equipment in English, science, musical instruments and Chromebooks.

In addition it will also increase school safety, with things like maintaining school resource officers and building security improvements.

This is a renewal of the one that passed two years ago and for tax payers this wont make a difference because it is a renewal of a previous levy.

The levy needs 50% +1 vote to pass.

100 percent of precincts have reported their results:

  • 1,015 Votes in Favor
  • 793 Against

Garden Valley Levy


Garden Valley School District's levy is asking for $800,000 over two years for operating and maintenance costs.

The levy needs 50% +1 vote to pass.

Unofficial Results:

  • 191 Votes In Favor
  • 134 Against

Payette School District Bond


Payette School District is proposing a bond of $30,925,000, over 21 years, to remodel Payette High School and West Side Elementary.

The bond needs 66.7% of the votes to pass.

Unofficial Results

  • 566 Votes In Favor
  • 580 Against

Cascade School District Levy


Cascade School District is asking for $1.3 million over 2 years for operating and maintenance costs which equates to $650,000 per year for two years.

The levy needs 50% +1 vote to pass.

Unofficial Results

  • 324 People in Favor
  • 141 Against

Horseshoe Bend


Horseshoe Bend School District is asking for a levy that would give them $600,000 over 2 years for operating and maintenance costs.

Unofficial Results

  • 141 People in Favor
  • 54 Against

Vallivue School Bond


Vallivue School District wants $65,300,000, over the course of 20 year, for a new middle school, improvements, security upgrades, and land.

Unofficial Results

  • 1,615 People In Favor
  • 806 Against

Wilder School Levy


Wilder School District is asking for a renewal on their levy (a maximum of $1 million over 5 years) to continue to offer COSSA classes.

Unofficial Results

  • 173 Votes In Favor
  • 153 Against

Bruneau-Grand View Levy


Bruneau-Grand View Joint School District is seeking $800,000 over 2 years for operating and maintenance costs.

Unofficial Results

218 Votes In Favor

158 Against


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