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'Yes' votes gain momentum in Deer Park levy election

February 15, 2012

Updated Feb. 16
The Deer Park School District officials received some good news following a second round of ballot counts for its $1.96 million annual replacement maintenance and operations levy
The gap between yes and no votes shrunk on Wednesday afternoon it is still is short of the 50 percent approval needed for passage.
The measure now trails 1,615-1,559.
Riverside’s $3.27 million annual educational program was rejected 2,195-1,389 by voters as of Wednesday. The school district’s $1.28 million capital projects levy trailed 2,431-1,186.
Each of the three levies in Spokane County that failed to gain a majority of voter approval in the first night of ballot counting.
The certification of all election results is Feb. 28.

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