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Decision 2012

School Levy Vote Results

Tuesday marked the last day to vote in local school districts, as most districts in Eastern Washington asked voters to continue levies meant to fund education.

Districts such as the Spokane School District are facing extensive cuts from the state. And many administrators say many after-school activities would have to be cut if the levies aren't approved by voters.

Below are the latest results:

Spokane Dist. 81 - Prop 1  
Yes 62% 
No  38%
   
Great Northern Dist. 312 - Prop 1  
Yes  69%
No  31%
   
Nine Mile Falls Dist. 325-179 - Prop 1  
Yes  52%
No  48%
   
East Valley Dist. 362 - Prop 1  
Yes  52%
No  48%
   
Liberty Dist. 362 - Prop 1  
Yes  56%
No  44%
   
West Valley Dist. 363 - Prop 1  
Yes  56%
No  44%
   
Medical Lake Dist. 326 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  55%
 No 45%
   
Mead School Dist. 354 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  61%
No
 39%
   
Central Valley Dist. 356 - Prop . 1
 
Yes  58%
No  42%
   
Freeman Dist. 358 - Prop 1  
Yes  53%
No  47%
   
Cheney Dist. 360 - Prop 1  
Yes  55%
No  45%
   
St. John Dist. 401-322 - Prop 1  
Yes  78%
No  22%
   
Deer Park Dist. 414-62 - Prop 1
 
Yes  50%
No  50%
   
Riverside Dist. 416-62  
Prop 1  
Yes  37%
No  63%
   
Prop 2  
Yes  32%
No  68%
   
Washtucna Dist. 312 - Prop 1  
Yes  74%
No  26%
   
Tekoa Dist. 265 - Prop 1  
Yes  76%
No  24%
   
Pullman Dist. 267 - Prop 1  
Yes  79%
No  21%
   
Prop 2  
Yes  81%
No  19%
   
Colfax Dist. 300  - Prop 1  
Yes  62%
No  38%
   
Steptoe Dist. 304 - Prop 1  
Yes  84%
No  16%
   
Colton Dist. 306 - Prop 1  
Yes  73%
No  27%
   
Endicott Dist. 308 - Prop 1  
Yes  66%
No  34%
   
Rosalia Dist. 320 - Prop 1  
Yes  69%
No  31%
   
Oakesdale Dist. 324 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  60%
 No  40%
   
Cheney-Spokane Dist. 316 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  55%
 No  45%
   
Coulee-Hartline Dist. 151 - Prop 2
 
 Yes  76%
 No  24%
   
 Moses Lake Dist. 161 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  56%
 No  44%
   
 Prop 2
 
 Yes  50%
 No  50%
   
 Royal Dist. 160 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  62%
 No  38%
   
 Wahluke Dist. 73 - Prop 1
 
Yes  58%
 No  42%
   
 Soap Lake Dist. 156 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  56%
 No  44%
   
 Warden Dist. 146 - Prop  1
 
 Yes  58%
 No  42%
   
Prop 2
 
 Yes  52%
 No  48%
   
 Wilson Creek Dist. 167 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  75%
 No  25%
   
Odessa Dist. 166 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  69%
 No  31%
   
 Prop 2
 
 Yes  67%
 No  33%
   
 Chewelah Dist. 36 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  57%
 No  43%
   
 Prop 2
 
 Yes  45%
 No  55%
   
 Columbia Dist. 206 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  61%
 No  39%
   
 Creston Dist. 73 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  59%
 No  41%
   
 Harrington Dist. 204 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  72%
 No  28%
   
 Ritzville Dist. 67 - Prop 1
 
 Yes 70% 
 No  30%
   
 Wilbur Dist. 200 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  63%
 No  37%
   
 Nespelem Dist. 14 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  69%
 No  31%
   
 Okanogan Dist. 105 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  65%
 No  35%
   
 Omak Dist. 19 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  54%
 No  46%
   
 Oroville Dist. 410 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  63%
 No  37%
   
 Republic Dist. 309 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  63%
 No  37%
   
 Tonasket Dist. 404 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  58%
 No  42%
   
 Othello Dist. 147
 
 Yes  59%
 No  41%
   
 Lind Dist. 158 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  65%
 No  35%
   
 Warden Dist. 161 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  58%
 No  42%
   
 North Franklin Dist. 51-162 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  67%
 No  33%
   
 Ritzville Dist. 160 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  70%
 No  30%
   
 Odessa Dist. 157 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  69%
 No  31%
   
 Prop 2
 
 Yes  67%
 No  33%
   
 Asotin Dist. 420 - Prop 1
 
 Yes  61%
 No  39%
   
   
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