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Published: Tuesday, February 11, 2014, 9:42 p.m.

Snohomish County school district election results

Early returns. Simple majority required except where noted. Official results: snoco.org/elections/results/ecurrent.htm.

Edmonds

Proposition 1
Replacement school programs and operations levy.
Yes 12,122 62.88%
No 7,157 37.12%
Proposition 2
$275,000,000 capital improvement and school construction general obligation bonds. Minimum turnout of 16,461 and 60% yes vote required.
Approved 11,999 61.16%
Rejected 7,620 38.84%

Everett

Proposition 1
Replacement of expiring educational programs and operation levy.
Yes 8,028 58.70%
No 5,648 41.30%
Proposition 2
$259,400,000 capital improvement and school construction general obligation bonds. Minimum turnout of 11,546 and 60% yes vote required.
Approved 7,698 56.17%
Rejected 6,006 43.83%

Marysville

Proposition 1
Replacement educational programs maintenance and operations levy.
Yes 4,253 54.33%
No 3,575 45.67%
Proposition 2
Technology capital projects levy.
Yes 4,370 55.80%
No 3,462 44.20%

Mukilteo

Proposition 1
Replacement educational maintenance and operations levy.
Yes 5,884 65.09%
No 3,156 34.91%
Proposition 2
$119,150,000 general obligation bonds. Minimum turnout of 7,432 and 60% yes vote required.
Approved 5,658 62.55%
Rejected 3,388 37.45%

Snohomish

Proposition 1
Replacement school programs and operation levy.
Yes 4,086 54.17%
No 3,457 45.83%
Proposition 2
Levy for instructional technology improvements
Yes 4,051 53.41%
No 3,534 46.59%

Monroe

Proposition 1
Renewal of expiring school program and operations levy.
Yes 2,483 52.52%
No 2,245 47.48%
Proposition 2
Educational technology levy.
Yes 2,532 53.68%
No 2,185 46.32%

Lake Stevens

Proposition 1
Replacement of expiring school maintenance and operations levy.
Yes 2,842 63.04%
No 1,666 36.96%
Proposition 2
Replacement of expiring capital levy for instructional technology improvements.
Yes 2,859 63.18%
No 1,666 36.82%

Lakewood

Proposition 1
$66,800,000 general obligation bonds. Minimum turnout of 1,398 and 60% yes vote required.
Approved 1,208 57.28%
Rejected 901 42.72%

Sultan

Proposition 1
Replacement maintenance and operation levy.
Yes 1,230 64.87%
No 666 35.13%

Darrington

Proposition 1
Replacement maintenance and operation levy.
Yes 266 55.77%
No 211 44.23%

Granite Falls

Proposition 1
Replacement of expiring school programs and operation levy.
Yes 943 59.27%
No 648 40.73%
Proposition 2
Replacement of expiring technology and school improvements levy.
Yes 972 60.94%
No 623 39.06%

Northshore

Proposition 1
Renewal of education operations support levy.
Yes 12,253 67.51%
No 5,898 32.49%
Proposition 2
$177,500,000 general obligation bonds. Minimum turnout of 7,432 and 60% yes vote required.
Approved 11,390 62.98%
Rejected 6,696 37.02%
Proposition 3
Renewal capital projects (technology) levy.
Yes 11,442 66.41%
No 5,788 33.59%
SOURCES: Snohomish County Elections and Voter Registration Division; King County Elections

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