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Quincy School District Reapportionment of Director Districts (November 2009)

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A measure for the Quincy School District Reapportionment of Director Districts (November 2009) was on the November 3, 2009 ballot ballot in Douglas County.

The measure was approved.[1]

  • Yes: 1,411 (74.97%)Approveda
  • No: 471 (25.03%)

The Quincy school district will change its current five director districts to three director districts and three at-large positions as a way to better facilitate district residents in participating as board members.

Ballot summary

The ballot read:

"REAPPORTIONMENT OF DIRECTOR DISTRICTS TO THREE DIRECTOR DISTRICTS AND TWO POSITIONS AT LARGE “Shall Quincy School District No. 144-101-J, Grant County, Washington, be authorized to re-district its school director districts from five districts to three districts and two at-large positions to better facilitate citizen participation as board members? All as provided in resolution No. 13-09. Should this proposition be approved? "[2]

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