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SPECIAL ELECTIONS RESULTS

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Special elections were held across Washington on Tuesday Special elections were held across Washington on Tuesday
KHQ.com - A special election was held on Tuesday with various items on the ballot, including library funding in Spokane Valley. 

Voters approved a measure to create a library capital facilities district, but rejected a bond to pay for two libraries and renovate an existing library. The bond requires a 60% super majority to pass. 

It will be up to the district's board of trustees to decide if the bond should be back put back on the ballot for another crack at voters.

In Whitman County, the Oakesdale School District put forth another bond to construct and renovate, and it is a tight race with 49% approving the bond and 51% rejecting it. 

See how the races look in surrounding counties here: 

SPOKANE COUNTY ELECTIONS:

Spokane Valley Library Capital Facility Area Prop 1:
Approved: 59%
Rejected: 41%

Spokane Valley Library Capital Facility Area Prop 2:
Approved: 54%
Rejected 46%

Reardan-Edwall School District Prop 1:
Approved: 46%
Rejected 53%

Fire District 13 Prop 1
Approved: 64%
Rejected: 35%

WHITMAN COUNTY: 

Oakesdale School District Prop 1:
Approved 49%
Rejected: 51%

FERRY COUNTY:

School District 003 Prop. 1 - Three Year General Fund Levy:
Yes: 73%
No: 27%

EMS Dist. #1 CITY Prop. 1 - Emergency Medical Care and Ambulance Services Levy
Yes: 73%
No: 27%

EMS Dist. #1 Prop. 1
Yes: 83%
No: 17%

LINCOLN COUNTY:

Reardan-Edwall School Dist. Prop. 1 - Bonds to Renovate School Facilities
Approved: 65%
Rejected: 35%

Sprague School District Prop 1 - Five Year Capital Projects Excess Levy:
Yes: 72%
No: 28%

Parks/Rec Dist. 1 Prop. 1 - Regular Six Year Levy for Maintenance and Operation:
Yes: 72%
No: 28%



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