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Levy and bond election results

Published On: Mar 12 2013 09:41:12 PM CDT
Updated On: Mar 13 2013 10:13:43 AM CDT

What is the difference between a school levy and a bond?

Several area school districts sought a levy or bond Tuesday. Here are the results as we have them. Refresh this page for updates.

Supplemental levy:

North Gem #149, $200,00 for two years: Pass, Yes 115 (84%) No 17 (16%)

Grace #148, $300,000 for one year:  Pass.  Yes 187   No 45

Soda Springs #50, $798,000 for one year:  Pass.  Yes 231  No 102

Ririe #252, $385,000 for two years: Pass, Yes 51 (62%) No 31 (38%)

Bonneville #93, $3 million for two years: Pass, Yes 1,094 (75%) No 368 (25%)

Idaho Falls #91, $6.8 million for two years: Pass, Yes 1,832 (79%) No 475 (21%)

Pocatello-Chubbuck #25, $8.5 million for two years: Pass, Yes 3,002 (60%) No 1,960 (40%)

Teton #401, $3.1 million for two years: Pass, Yes 984 (67%) No 486 (33%)

Blackfoot #55, $1.97 million for two years: Pass, Yes 910 (72%) No 359 (28%)

Snake River #52, $900,000 for two years: Pass, Yes 584 (60%) No 386 (40%)

Aberdeen #58, $675,000 for one year: Pass, Yes 200 (59%) No 138 (41%)

Clark County #161, $151,000 for two years: Pass, Yes 111 (61%) No 72 (39%)

Butte County #111, $160,000 for two years:  Pass.  Yes 213  No 66

Challis #181, $400,000: Pass, Yes 319 (54%) No 274 (46%)

Mackay #182, $150,000 for two years: Pass, Yes 277 (65%) No 146 (35%)

Bear Lake #33 $800,000 for two years: Pass, Yes 543 (63%) No 319 (37%)

Plant facility levy:

Butte County #111, $65,000:  Pass.  Yes 217  No 64

Cassia #151, $850,000 to $2.7 million for 10 years, (annual collection goes up after second year, as existing bond issues retire): Fail, Yes 1,162 (48%No 1,234 (52%)

Bond election: 
Salmon #291, $14.1 million for 20 years: Fail,  Yes 40%, No 60%

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