Tuesday is a big school election day — with $715 million in bond issues, plant facilities levies and supplemental levies.
If you’re looking to catch up, here are a few useful links.
- Click here for a rundown of Tuesday’s school elections. (With elections in at least 46 school districts, there’s a good chance there’s a ballot measure in your community.)
- We teamed up with Boise State Public Radio to take a closer look at this year’s school elections, especially the $172.5 million Boise school bond issue. Click here to read the series.
- On Thursday, Boise district Superintendent Don Coberly, West Ada district Superintendent Mary Ann Ranells and Kuna district Superintendent Wendy Johnson spoke to the City Club of Boise about their respective ballot measures. Click here to listen to the forum (and thanks, once again, to Boise State Public Radio.)
- While superintendents made their case to City Club members last week, Boise school bond issue opponents took to YouTube to make their argument against the measure:
Check Idaho Education News Wednesday for complete election results.