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All school measures from Tuesday’s election still passing

By Griffin Reilly, Columbian staff writer
Published: February 16, 2024, 5:48pm

Clark County Elections tallied another 300 ballots in Tuesday’s special election Thursday afternoon, yielding no changes in the results of school levy votes in Camas, Battle Ground, Woodland and Green Mountain.

The Camas School District’s Proposition 6 — a replacement operations levy to fund educational services and positions not provided by the state — is now passing with 58.47 percent voting to approve. The district’s Proposition 7 — a smaller replacement levy to fund technology upgrades — is now passing with 59.96 percent voting to approve.

Battle Ground Public Schools’ Proposition 7 — also a smaller levy to fund technology upgrades and building repairs — is now passing with 52.11 percent voting to approve.

Woodland Public Schools’ Proposition 1 — an operations levy to fund services and positions not fully funded by the state — is now passing with 53.18 percent voting to approve between Clark and Cowlitz counties. No new data from Cowlitz County, where the majority of Woodland voters live, was released Friday.

The Green Mountain School District’s Proposition 1 — also a replacement operations levy to fund services and positions not provided by the state — is now passing with 56.79 percent voting to approve.

Clark County Elections estimated there are just 50 ballots left to tally. The final batch of ballots will be released at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20.

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