School levies passing in first election returns

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

With 25% of the ballots counted, both Shoreline Schools' levies are passing.

The replacement levy for education is passing with 66.4% of the votes being Yes.

The replacement levy for technology is passing with 68%.

Most of the school measures in King County are passing. Some notable exceptions are the Tahoma School District, which is failing all three of its propositions and the Snoqualmie School District, which is failing both of its levies. The Kent School District is failing one proposition and passing the other.

Mercer Island has the highest pass rate so far, with 71% of voters saying Yes. They also consistently rank as one of the best school districts in the state.

We'll see if any of these change over the next few days. Dropbox ballots were picked up at 8pm Tuesday; ballots mailed Tuesday will take a couple of days to get into election headquarters.

You can find out if your ballot has been counted on this page.

--Diane Hettrick


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