Enumclaw School District bond slips three votes shy of 60 percent | Special Election

The Enumclaw School District bond fell three votes short today of the needed 60 percent approval following the latest post from the King County Elections website.

The Enumclaw School District bond fell three votes short today of the needed 60 percent approval following the latest post from the King County Elections website.

 Enumclaw School District No. 216 Proposition No. 1

Approved NP 3885 59.96%

Rejected NP 2594 40.04%

The next posting will be 4:30 p.m. Monday, May 4.

Yesterday the bond moved over the 60 percent mark by six voted with 3827 approved and 2542 rejected.

Today 58 votes were counted for approved and 52 for rejected.

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