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Jefferson School District bond proposition, Measure J (November 2010)

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A Jefferson School District bond proposition, Measure J was on the November 2, 2010 ballot for voters in the Jefferson School District in San Joaquin County. It was approved.

Measure J allows the school board of the Jefferson School District to borrow $35.4 million. The money will be spent on "upgrading classrooms, science labs, libraries and instructional technology; removing asbestos and hazardous materials; replacing leaky roofs and deteriorating plumbing; upgrading outdated electrical systems to accommodate classroom technology, upgrading fire alarms and school security."

Election results

  • Yes: 2,354 (67.26%) Approveda
  • No: 1,146 (32.74%)

Election results are from the San Joaquin elections division as of November 26, 2010.

A 55% supermajority vote was required for approval.

Text of measure

The question on the ballot:

Measure J: “To maintain excellent schools, protect student safety, offset state budget cuts and renovate aging/deteriorating schools by upgrading classrooms, science labs, libraries and instructional technology; removing asbestos and hazardous materials; replacing leaky roofs and deteriorating plumbing; upgrading outdated electrical systems to accommodate classroom technology, upgrading fire alarms and school security shall Jefferson School District issue $35.4 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent citizens’ oversight and audits, no money for administrator salaries and all funds staying local?”[1]

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