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Voters back school bonds Measure S and Measure W

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A voter casts her ballot at a vote center at the Woodside Village Church on Nov. 8, 2022. Photo by Magali Gauthier.

Early election results released after the polls closed Tuesday evening show two school bonds—Redwood City Elementary School District’s Measure S and Sequoia Union High School District's Measure W—on track to pass. Both require 55% approval. 

As of 10 a.m, Nov. 9, Measure S is passing, but just barely at 56.57%. Measure S "no" votes are at 43%. Measure W has roughly 61% "yes" votes and "no" 39%.

If passed, Measure S, a $298 million bond, would authorize the district to issue $298 million in bonds to repair and upgrade classrooms, labs, and infrastructure and make safety improvements at schools across the district. 

Likewise, if passed, Measure W would authorize SUHSD to issue $591 million in school bonds to repair classrooms.

This report will be updated as results become available. 

 




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Michelle Iracheta

About the Author: Michelle Iracheta

Michelle Iracheta is the editor at the Redwood City Pulse. Her work has appeared in the Houston Chronicle, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, The Seattle Times and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Michelle, a Houston native, is married and has two dogs.
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