Enumclaw School District bond edges over 60 percent approval by two votes

For the second time since the April 28 special election the Enumclaw School District bond, Proposition No. 1, moved across the 60 percent approval line according to the most recent post from King County Election.

For the second time since the April 28 special election the Enumclaw School District bond, Proposition No. 1, moved across the 60 percent approval line according to the most recent post from King County Election.

Yesterday, May 5, the tally was 3,899 approval votes, 59.99 percent and 2,600 rejected. Today two approval votes were added to nudge the approval to 60.01 percent with 3,901. No rejected votes were added.

The proposition had hit the 60 percent mark April 30, then dropped to 59.99 percent May 1, 4 and 5.

Ballots will continue to be counted until May 12 when the election is certified.

 

Enumclaw School District No. 216 Proposition No. 1

(Precincts ( 38/ 38 ) 100.00

Approved NP 3901 60.01%

Rejected NP 2600 39.99%

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