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Snohomish County Special Election results – April 22nd

he Snohomish County Auditor’s office posted the preliminary results of the Tuesday, April 22, 2014, special elections on their website.

The Snohomish County Auditor’s office posted the final and official results of the Tuesday, April 22, 2014, special elections on their website.

May 5, 2014, update.

As of 3:04 pm on Monday, May 5th a total of 33,165 ballots had been counted out of the 121,308 ballots issued, which represents about a 27% turnout.

Everett School District - Capital improvement and school construction general obligation bonds (requires minimum turnout of 11,546 and at least 60% yes vote)

  • Approved – 11,663, 58.63%
  • Rejected - 8,229, 41.37%

City of Arlington - Permanent Levy Lid Lift for the retention of basic public safety and other services (simple majority required)

  • Yes – 1,489, 52.65%
  • No - 1,339, 47.35%

Lakewood School District - General obligation bonds (requires minimum turnout of 1,398 and at least 60% yes vote)

  • Approved – 1,995, 60.09%
  • Rejected - 1,325, 39.91%

Index School District - Replacement of educational maintenance and operation levy (requires simple majority to pass)

  • Yes – 91, 80.53%
  • No – 22, 19.47%

Marysville Transportation Benefit District - Sales and Use Tax increase (0.2%) for transportation improvements (requires simple majority to pass)

  • Approved – 4,232, 54.98%
  • Rejected - 3,465, 45.02%

 

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