Four school bonds passed by Pierce County voters | February special election results

Four area school districts are celebrating the passing of their various bond issues that were put on the Feb. 9 special election ballot.

As of this morning, the bond and levy measures for four area school districts appear to be approved by voters during the Feb. 9 special election.

The Sumner School District bond measure passed 65 percent to 35 percent.

The Carbonado School District bond measure passed 79.9 percent to 20 percent.

The Carbonado School District’s replacement Educational Programs and Operations levy was also passed by voters 82 percent to 18 percent.

The Dieringer School District replacement Maintenance and Operations levy measure passed 65 percent to 35 percent.

The White River School District bond measure passed 67.7 percent to 32.3 percent.

Percentages will be updated at 5 p.m. tonight, and final results will be posted on Feb. 19 by noon.


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