Election Year

2017

Number of School Facility  Measures placed on the Ballot Total School Facility Bond Debt placed on the Ballot Election Results   Total New School Facility Bond Debt
Passed Failed
July 25, 2017 1 $20,000,000 0 1 -0-
November 7, 2017  5  $328,900,000 3 $154,900,000
    $154,900,000

Total New Local School Facility Bond Debt $154,900,000

 

Supporting Documentation 

| July 25, 2017  | November 7, 2017 |

July 25, 2017, Election State of California School Bond Measures

Source: BALLOTPEDIA

Source: BigBadBonds.com 

1 School Facility Bond Measure was on the Ballot totaling $20,000,000 ($20 million)

0 School Facility Bond Measures Passed Totaling.

1 School Facility Bond Measures Failed Totaling $20,000,000 ($20 million)

Kern County: -0-
Measure D:McFarland Unified School District Bond Issue Failed $20,000,000 $60 per $100,000 in value Legal limit
Total New Bond Debt -0-    
Total 2017 School Facility Bond Debt -0-    

 

November 7, 2017 Election State of California School Bond Measures

Source: BALLOTPEDIA 

Source: BigBadBonds.com

5 School Facility Bond Measure was on the Ballot totaling $328,900,000 ($328 million)

2 School Facility Bond Measures Passed Totaling.

3 School Facility Bond Measures Failed Totaling $154,900,000 ($154.9 million)

Monterey County: -0-
Measure E:North Monterey County Unified School District Bond Issue Failed  $36,000,000 $59 per $100,000 in value Legal limit 
Measure F North Monetery County Unified School District Bond Issue  Failed  $40,000,000 $59 per $100,000 in value Legal limit  
  $76,000,000  
Los Angeles: $149 million
Measure GG: Glendora Unified School District Bond Issue Failed   $98,000,000 $49 per $100,000 in value Legal limit 
Measure LCF: La Cañada Unified School District Bond Issue  Passed  $149,000,000 $44.26 per $100,000 in value  Legal limit
    $247,000,000    
Trinity: $5.9 million
Measure C: Freshwater School District Bond Issue  Passed  $5,900,000 $60 per $100,000 in value Legal limit
Total School Bond Measures on the Ballot $328,900,000 ($329 million)