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Voters Approve 80 Percent of School Referendums

By John Forester | April 11, 2022

Preliminary numbers from last week’s election show Wisconsin voters approved just over 80 percent (65 questions passed, 16 failed) of the school funding referendums on the ballot.  Non-recurring referendums to exceed the revenue limit led the way with a 92 percent pass rate (35 passed, 3 failed).  Twenty-five debt referendum questions passed, with 10 failing.  Finally, five referendums to exceed the revenue limit on a recurring basis passed, while 3 failed.

With these election results, it is clear that many Wisconsin voters continue to see the need for more resources to meet the educational needs of Wisconsin school children.

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