The latest round of results released Friday show that the Edmonds School District’s $600 million Proposition 1 bond measure — aimed at building or replacing facilities to accommodate future enrollment — is still failing to garner the necessary 60% of votes needed for approval.
According to results released by the Snohomish County Elections Office Friday, the bond measure was receiving 56.27% yes votes, with 43.73% voting no.
The district’s replacement capital and technology levy — Proposition 2 — continues to receive support in the latest round of voting, with 58.21% voting yes. A simple majority is required for levy measures.
The voter turnout as of Friday was listed at nearly 31 percent of registered voters.
Edmonds SD No. 15 Prop. 1 Bond
Approved 18080 56.27%
Rejected 14051 43.73%
Total 32131 100.00%
Edmonds SD No. 15 Prop 2 Capital Levy
Levy Yes 18697 58.21%
Levy No 13423 41.79%
Total 32120 100.00%