Salinas City Elementary School District bond proposition, Measure T (June 2008)
Measure T authorized the school district to borrow $80 million.
A 55 percent supermajority vote was required for approval.
Due to an error in the printing process, Measure T was left off half the permanent absentee ballots in one of the district's precincts.
- These final, certified, results are from the Monterey County elections office.
The question on the ballot:
|Measure T: "This is a neighborhood school transformation/safety measure. Out of concern for student safety, for improving the education of students, and qualifying for state matching funds; shall Salinas City Elementary School District modernize aging facilities; create safe pick-up/drop-off areas, renovate communications, electrical, plumbing, restrooms; acquire/construct/repair/equip classrooms/facilities, by issuing $80 million in bonds within legal maximums, with citizens' oversight to ensure expenditures only for school improvements, with all moneys benefiting local children?"|
- Salinas' Measure T takes aim at school traffic, security problems
- Freedom 1776 (dead link), group opposing Measure T.
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