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South San Antonio Independent School District Bond Issue (November 2009)

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The South San Antonio Independent School District Bond Issue proposition was on the November 3 ballot in Bexar County for residents in the school district.[1]

This proposition sought to enact a bond in the amount of $62,000,000 which was proposed to be paid through increased taxes in the area. The money from the bond was also proposed to be used to acquire land, construct buildings, equip new classrooms and repair and update older facilities.[2]

Election results

The measure was defeated.

School District Bond
Result Votes Percentage
Defeatedd No 727 57.06%
Yes 547 42.94%
Total votes 1,274 100.00%
Voter turnout n/a%

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