Springfield School District Bond Proposition (November 2009)

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The Springfield School District Bond Proposition was on the November 3 ballot in Greene County for voters in the Springfield School District.

Bond proposition

The proposition sought to issue a $50,000,000 bond, part of which would be a qualified school construction bond. The money would be used to but air conditioning in the schools, making improvements to the schools and furnishing buildings. If approved there would be an added $.51 to the resident's property taxes.[1]

Election result

A four-sevenths majority was required (57.15%) therefore, despite receiving the majority vote, the measure was 'defeated.

Springfield School District Bond Referendum
Result Votes Percentage
Approveda Yes 18045 55%
No 9729 45%
Total votes 27,774 100.00%
Voter turnout 0%