Although the gubernatorial and state superintendent’s races drew the most attention this week, voters in 10 Idaho school districts weighed in on local tax levy proposals.
Here’s a look at results from across the state:
- Cascade: A 10-year, $2.4 million plant facilities levy failed after only 42 percent of voters supported it. The levy needed 55 percent support to pass.
- Cottonwood: Voters approved a one-year, $325,000 supplemental levy. The levy passed with 63 percent approval. Supplemental levies need only a simple majority of support to pass. The $325,000 levy represents a $25,000 decrease from the district’s current levy.
- Hagerman: Voters approved a five-year, $1.25 million plant facilities levy. It passed with 68 percent support.
- Wendell: Voters approved a two-year, $1.2 million supplemental levy. Superintendent Greg Lowe said it passed with 63 percent approval.
- Whitepine: Voters approved a one-year $880,000 supplemental levy, with 66 percent support.
- Salmon River: Voters approved a one-year $525,000 supplemental levy, with 69 percent support.
- Nezperce: Voters approved a one-year, $445,000 supplemental levy. It passed with 70 percent approval.
- Rockland: Voters approved a two-year $420,000 supplemental levy. No other information was available.
- Cambridge: Voters approved a two-year, $160,000 supplemental levy. It passed with 65 percent support.
- Council: Voters approved a two-year, $170,000 supplemental levy, with 70 percent approval.