Sequim School District Replacement Levy (February 2010)

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There was a Sequim School District Replacement Levy measure on the February 9 ballot in Clallam and Jefferson Counties for voters in the Sequim school district.

This measure was approved in Clallam County.

  • YES 7,423 (60.47%)Approveda
  • NO 4,852 (39.53%)[1]

This measure sought to replace an existing levy that will soon expire. The levy will be used for maintenance and operation expenses and will start at a rate of $.98 per $1,000 of assessed home value and increase for a further 3 years.[2]

The beginning of February marked 32 percent voter turnout for early ballots that have been sent in for this vote. With a week left, county officials were hoping many more would be sent back.[3] Clallam county saw about a 53.4 percent voter turn out rate, higher than county officials had expected.[4]

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