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School Levy Results

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Presidential Candidates weren't the only thing on this years 2008 primary ballots. School levies were another thing Washington residents got to vote on.

Levies make up about 17% of the annual operating budget.

If approved, the state will provide and additional eight million dollars each year for other school district needs.

Here's a break down on how local school districts voted. These results are as of 9:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 19th

Yakima School District: 59.4% Yes, 40.1% No
Union Gap School District: 58.3% Yes, 41.7% No
West Valley School District: 56.3% Yes, 43.7% No
Selah School District: 60.7% Yes, 39.3% No
Sunnyside School District: 68.2% Yes, 31.8% No
Ellensburg School District: 55% Yes, 45% No

Kennewick School District: 57.7% Yes, 42.3% No
Richland School District: 59.5% Yes, 40.5% No
Pasco School District: 59.5% Yes, 40.5% No
Kiona-Benton School District: 52.2% Yes, 47.8% No
Finley School District: 60.2% Yes, 39.8% No
Prosser School District: 61.6% Yes, 38.4% No
Walla Walla School District: 54.5% Yes, 45.5% No

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