2018 Spokane County Special Election Results
SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. — The election results are following Tuesday night’s Spokane County special election.
Two of the closely-followed races involved $100+ million bonds for the Central Valley and Mead school districts.
Central Valley School District #356 Prop. 2 passed with 69.62% of voters approving the measure and 30.38% rejecting it. A nearly $130 million bond would go toward school construction and capital improvement throughout the district.
Mead School District #354 Prop. 2 passed with 66.61% of voters approving the measure and 33.39% rejecting it. An $114 million bond would go toward school construction and capital improvement throughout the district.
The full special election results can be found here.
These numbers will be updated once all ballots are tallied. As of Tuesday evening, there are an estimated 8,000 ballots left to be count.
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