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* [[Gibralter Area Schools Referendum (2008)]] $5,300,000
 
* [[Gibralter Area Schools Referendum (2008)]] $5,300,000
 
* [[Lafarge Schools Exceed Revenue Limit (2008)]] $250,000 per year
 
* [[Lafarge Schools Exceed Revenue Limit (2008)]] $250,000 per year
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* [[Lake Mills Area Middle School Renovation (2008)]] $15,600,000
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* [[Lodi Exceed Revenue Limits (2008)]] $2,625,000
 
* [[Mercer Schools Exceed Revenue Limit (2008)]] $1,400,000
 
* [[Mercer Schools Exceed Revenue Limit (2008)]] $1,400,000
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* [[Milwaukee County Sales Tax Advisory Referendum (2008)]]
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* [[New London Exceed Revenue Limits (2008)]] $300,000 per year
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* [[Oregon Exceed Revenue Limits (2008)]] $4,000,000
 
* [[Pittsville Schools Exceed Revenue Limit (2008)]] $525,000
 
* [[Pittsville Schools Exceed Revenue Limit (2008)]] $525,000
 
* [[Poynette Replace Elementary School Referendum (2008)]] $13,675,000
 
* [[Poynette Replace Elementary School Referendum (2008)]] $13,675,000
 
* [[Random Lake School Repair Referendum (2008)]] $640,000
 
* [[Random Lake School Repair Referendum (2008)]] $640,000
 
* [[Seneca Maintenance Referendum (2008)]] $800,000
 
* [[Seneca Maintenance Referendum (2008)]] $800,000
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* [[Sun Prairie Area New Swimming Pool (2008)]] $3,900,000
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* [[Sun Prairie Area Swimming Pool Maintenance (2008)]] $288,205 per year
 
* [[Tigerton Remodeling Referendum (2008)]] $1,980,00
 
* [[Tigerton Remodeling Referendum (2008)]] $1,980,00
 
* [[West Bend New Elementary School Referendum (2008)]] $41,450,000
 
* [[West Bend New Elementary School Referendum (2008)]] $41,450,000

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There are 426 public school districts in Wisconsin, and each is entitled, through the action of its local Board of Education, to place school district referendum questions before its voters under certain circumstances. School referendum questions differ from school referendum elections in Wisconsin. Bond referendums in Wisconsin allow the board of education in a Wisconsin school district to ask voters to approve any debt exceeding $1,000,000 where as a school referendum questions allows the board to ask voters to exceed the districts spending cap.

See Wisconsin school referendum for a list of all Ballotpedia articles about specific school district bond issue ballot measures.

When can school referendums be asked

Limitation on school referendums

April 1, 2008 Wisconsin school bond referenda

June 3, 2008 Wisconsin school bond referenda

August 19, 2008 Wisconsin school bond referenda

September 9th, 2008 Wisconsin school bond referenda

Nov 4th, 2008 Wisconsin school bond referenda

Historical data, Wisconsin school bond referendums

The following demonstrates historical data of the number of referendum elections proposed in the state of Wisconsin, the number of referendum elections passed per election cycle and the total amount of dollars that the board of education is seeking to grow above the revenue limits for individual Wisconsin school district.

2008

2006-2007

November 4, 2007 Wisconsin school bond referenda:

2005-2006

2004-2005

2003-2004

2002-2003

2001-2002

2000-2001

External links

Wisconsin Department of Instruction "All Referenda"