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Pima County Unified School District Ballot Measures, Proposition 1-14 (November 2009)

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There will be Pima County Unified School District Ballot Measures, Proposition 1-14 on the November 3, 2009 ballot in different Pima County school districts.

Tucson Unified School District #1

Defeatedd Proposition 401: Maintenance and Operations Budget Override YES 41.27% NO 58.73%
Defeatedd Proposition 402: Technology Capital Outlay Budget Override YES 39.11% NO 60.89%

Amphitheater Unified School District #10

Approveda Proposition 403: Continuation of a Maintenance and Operations Budget Override YES 50.07% NO 49.93%
Defeatedd Proposition 404: Capital Outlay Revenue Limit Override YES 49.10% NO 50.90%

Tanque Verde Unified School District #13

Approveda Proposition 405: Continuation of a Maintenance and Operations Budget Override YES 51.98% NO 48.02%
Approveda Proposition 406: Issuance and sale of general obligation bonds YES 55.07% NO 44.93%

Catalina Foothills Unified School Distrit #16

Approveda Proposition 407: Issuance and sale of general obligation bonds YES 65.57% NO 34.43%

Vail Unified School District #20

Approveda Proposition 408: Issuance and sale of general obligation bonds YES 57.28% NO 42.72%
Defeatedd Proposition 409: Continuation of a Maintenance and Operations Budget Override YES 49.37% NO 50.63%

Sahuarita Unified School District #30

Defeatedd Proposition 410: Continuation of a Maintenance and Operations Budget Override YES 45.66% NO 54.34%
Approveda Proposition 411: Issuance and sale of general obligation bonds YES 52.82% NO 47.18%
Approveda Proposition 412: Bond investment income YES 52.25% NO 47.75%

Indian Oasis-Baboquivari Unified School District #40

Approveda Proposition 413: Continuation of the 10% Maintenance and Operations Budget Override YES 82.99% NO 17.01%
Approveda Proposition 414: Continuation of a 5% Kindergarten through Grade Three Budget Override YES 87.50% NO 12.50%[1][2]

Support

The need to support these bonds for the schools is great, currently Arizona ranks the lowest in state spending for schools and lowest in the teacher to student ratio, meaning there are more students per teacher than there should be. State and Federal cut backs are inevitable and will get worse in the coming years, extra money is needed in order to keep the schools running. This vote is seen as a desperate need by some to help schools while they are hurting most.[3]

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