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Jefferson County Junior Vocational School Levy (November 2012)

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A Jefferson County Junior Vocational School levy was on the November 6, 2012 election ballot in Carroll County, Ohio where it was defeated.[1]

If this measure had been approved, it would have added a tax levy of 1 mill for 10 years for the purpose of current expenses, as well as, purchasing and improving buildings in Jefferson County junior Vocational School District.

Election results

Jefferson County Junior Vocational School Levy
Defeatedd No8964.49%
Yes 49 35.51%

Election results from Carroll County, Election Summary Report

Text of the Measure

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