School bond and tax elections in Louisiana

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Parcel taxes
School bond and tax elections in Louisiana happen under one circumstance:

Laws affecting school finance

Special school tax

The voters of a Louisiana Parish (County) school district can vote via a referendum can vote for a special tax for capital improvements. This is protected in the Louisiana Constitution in Article VI, Section 32 of the Constitution's 1974 version.

The tax is limited to ten years at a interest rate of eight percent[1].

Conduct of the bond election, limitations, rules

Authority conducting elections

The respective Parish Board of Elections is responsible for conducting elections involving school bonds and taxes[2].

Election dates

Needed majority

Required notice of bond election

List of historical bond referendums

2008

Date District Bond Amount Passed/Failed  % Pass

2007

Date District Bond Amount Passed/Failed  % Pass

2006

2005

2003

2002

2001

2000

External links


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