School bond extremely close

The Enumclaw School District bond was unsettled Monday, too close to call. When ballots were counted Monday, May 11, the percentage laid at 59.99 in support, 40.01 opposed.

The Enumclaw School District bond was unsettled Monday, too close to call.

On Election Day, April 28, it was short of the necessary 60 percent approval with 3,185 votes for the bond, 58.64 percent, and 2,246 against, 41.36 percent.

Thursday, the bond moved across the 60 percent line with by six votes. Friday it slipped back under the 60 percent line by three votes.

When more ballots were counted Monday, the percentage had shuffled to 59.99 in support, 40.01 opposed.

The percentages have remained the same since 3:23 p.m. on May 5.

Ballots will be counted and results posted at about 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday until May 12.

The King County emergency radio proposition passed with 65 percent support.

 

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