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Alameda County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Measure M
Quality Education Act
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District

2/3 Approval Required

Pass: 28,418 / 76.5% Yes votes ...... 8,740 / 23.5% No votes
   28334 (76.51%) Yes / 8698 (23.49%) No in Alameda County
   84 (66.67%) Yes / 42 (33.33%) No in Contra Costa County

See Also: Index of all Measures

Results as of Dec 2 8:18pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (76/76)
  Includes 74/74 Precincts in Alameda County as of Nov 25 10:26am
  Includes 2/2 Precincts in Contra Costa County as of Dec 2 8:18pm
Information shown below: Official Information | Arguments |

To maintain the quality of local schools, attract and retain highly qualified teachers, and maintain small class sizes, college/career/job preparation classes, art/music/foreign language programs, computers, infrastructure and instructional technology upgrades, elementary science specialists, and high school counselors, shall Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District extend its expiring parcel tax for five years at $11.50/month per parcel, with a senior citizen exemption, independent oversight, no administrators' salaries, and all funds staying local to benefit Livermore children?

Official Sources of Information

Arguments Submitted

Full Text of Argument In Favor

  News and Analysis

Tri Valley Herald

District banking on tax measure
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