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2019 PROPOSITION RESULTS

PROPOSITION / PROPOSICIÓN 205

135 OF 135 PRECINCTS COUNTED

YES: 23,562 | 28.60%
NO: 58,820 | 71.40%

TOTAL: 82,382

OVER VOTES: 10

UNDER VOTES: 4,913

What is PROP 205? Amending Tucson code to establish sanctuary policies; prohibit Tucson police participation in any law enforcement activity for the purpose of determining immigration status; limit officers’ authority to inquire about immigration status or contact federal agencies to determine status; and limit joint law enforcement operations between Tucson police and federal agencies.

PROPOSITION / PROPOSICIÓN 409

135 OF 135 PRECINCTS COUNTED
YES: 32,971 | 40.41%
NO: 48,623 | 59.59%

Total: 81,594

Over Votes: 9

Under Votes: 5,702

What is PROP 409? Amending the charter of the City of Tucson to increase the salaries of the mayor and council members as recommended by the citizens’ commission on public service and compensation. Salary increases proposed by the commission: Mayor: From $42,000 to $63, 128 per year Council members: From $24,000 to $42,081 per year

SPECIAL BUDGET OVERRIDE ELECTION NOGALES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1

YES: 791 | 56.06%
NO: 620 | 43.94%

What is SPECIAL BUDGET OVERRIDE ELECTION NOGALES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1? Nogales Unified School District No. 1 of Santa Cruz County, Arizona (the “District”), will hold a special 8% maintenance and operation budget override election. The total 8% budget override amount for the first year of the proposed increase is estimated to be $2,713,243 and would be funded in that year by an estimated $2.12 tax rate per $100 of net assessed valuation used for secondary property tax purposes.

PROPOSITION 472
ALTAR VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DIST. 51
YES: 545 | 53.75%
NO: 469 | 46.25%

What is PROP 472? The Altar Valley School District Governing Board is requesting voter approval to continue 10 percent Maintenance & Operations Override. This override was originally approved by voters in 2002 and reapproved in 2008 and 2014. This is a renewal of the current override, if renewed there is no change to local property taxes. This is not a new tax.

PROPOSITION 473
FLOWING WELLS UNIFIED SCHOOL DIST. 8

YES: 2,244 | 56.17%
NO: 1,751 | 43.83%

What is PROPOSITION 473? The Flowing Wells Unified School District is requesting voter approval to continue 10 percent Maintenance & Operations Override. The total 10 percent budget override amount for the first year of the proposed continuation is estimated to be $3,103, 904 and would be funded in that year by an estimated $1.53 tax rate per $100 of net assessed valuation used for secondary property tax purposes, which is approximately equal to the current tax rate for the existing budget override.

PROPOSITION 474
Sunnyside Unified School District
YES: 3,100 | 46.60%
NO: 3,552 | 53.40%

What is PROP 474? The Sunnyside Unified School District is requesting voter approval to continue 10 percent Maintenance & Operations Override. The total 10 percent budget override amount for the first year of the proposed continuation is estimated to be $9,300,000 and would be funded in that year by an estimated $2.08 tax rate per $100 of net assessed valuation used for secondary property tax purposes, which is approximately equal to the current secondary tax rate for the existing budget override.

PROPOSITION 475
AMPHITHEATER UNIFIED SCHOOL DIST. 10
YES: 17,298 | 59.04%
NO: 12,003 | 40.96%

What is PROP 475? The Amphitheater School District Governing Board is requesting voter approval to continue 10 percent Maintenance & Operations Override. The override authorized by this election shall be funded from taxes on the taxable property within the District. Continuing the budget override is not for new funding or programs. The budget override will not create a new tax. The estimated cost of the override to an owner of a home with a limited property value of $236,370 (the average value of a home in the District) is approximately $117.55 per year (50 cents per $100 of net assessed valuation). This is the same amount as the override currently in place and previously supported by voters.

PROPOSITION 476
AMPHITHEATER UNIFIED SCHOOL DIST. 10
YES: 15, 742 | 57.64%
NO: 11,571 | 42.36%

What is PROP 476? Shall the Governing Board of Amphitheater Unified School District approve a special program override, to exceed the budgeted expenditures of the kindergarten through third grade programs in the district, in the amount of 3.5% of the revenue control limit, to provide for all-day kindergarten in elementary and K-8 schools, to reduce class size in kindergarten through third grade classes, and to remove barriers to academic achievement? The total 2020-2021 Override Proposed Special Programs Budget for Kindergarten through third grade will exceed the 2020-2021 Alternate Proposed Budget in the amount of approximately $2,891,620. In fiscal years 2020-2021 through 2024-2025, the combined total amount of the proposed increase will be three and one-half percent (3.5%) of the school district’s revenue control limit in each of such years. It will then reduce by one-third of that amount in fiscal year 2025-2026 and by another one-third in fiscal year 2026-2027.

SANTA CRUZ VALLEY USD NO. 35 QUESTION 1
YES: 1,287 | 51.48%
NO: 1,213 | 48.52%

SANTA CRUZ VALLEY USD NO. 35 QUESTION 2
YES: 1,163 | 48.22%
NO: 1,249 | 51.78%

What is SANTA CRUZ VALLEY USD NO. 35? Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District No. 35 is calling for a bond and override election this November. The district says the bond program of $22.5 million will be used to fund construction, renovations, and upgrades such as buses, k-12 technology expansion, fine arts building enhancements, pool and kiddie pool, five tennis courts, stadium upgrades, new track, lighting, and security features. In addition, the district is seeking an increase of the existing 7% override to 9% which would maintain funding for programs currently serving Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District No. 35 students such art, early education, band, library, media, athletics, full day kindergarten, as well as fund new expenses as a result of the bond such as utilities, and staffing for new programs.

WILLCOX UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION /BOND ISSUE
REGISTERED VOTERS – TOTAL: 3,528

BALLOTS CAST – TOTAL: 1,284

BALLOTS CAST – BLANK: 1

VOTER TURNOUT –TOTAL PERCENT:36.39%

VOTER TURNOUT – BLANK PERCENT: .03%

BOND APPROVAL, YES: 610 | 47.58

NO: 672 | 52.42

What is the WILLCOX UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION /BOND ISSUE? Unified School District No. 13 of Cochise County, Arizona will hold a special bond to finance capital improvements throughout the district in the amount of $17,575,000.

TOMBSTONE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND ELECTION

REGISTERED VOTERS – TOTAL: 5,003

BALLOTS CAST – TOTAL: 1,678

BALLOTS CAST – BLANK: 0

VOTER TURNOUT – TOTAL PERCENT: 33.54%

BOND APPROVAL, YES: 745 | 44.40%

NO: 933 | 55.60%

What is the TOMBSTONE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND? The Tombstone Unified School District Governing Board called for a bond election. The district says it called for the bond due to the 2008 recession, which cut capital funding. The cost of the bond will be $11.23 per month for the average home in the district. The project rate increase will be $1.57.

Carla Litto

Carla Litto

Digital content producer for KVOA News 4 Tucson. Carla previously interned at the NBC affiliate.
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