Tucson's Prop. 413 passed by 289 votes, close enough many say to trigger and automatic recount. The city, however, did not see it that way.
A week after voters approved a Â $480 million bond package, Tucson Unified School District's governing board moved to form a bond oversight committee.
Ballot counting was completed Friday. Raises for Tucson's mayor and council passed by 437 votes, results show.Â
Pima CountyÂ updated their unofficial results Thursday about 12:15 p.m., showing that Proposition 413 is further leaning towards approval byÂ a margin of 601 votes.
All of the public school asks in Pima County on Tuesday's ballot passed, including bond packages for Tucson Unified and Sahuarita and budget overrides for several districts.
One race remains too close to call: Tucson's Proposition 413, to give pay raises to the mayor and City Council.
Tucson Democrats enjoyed easy victories Tuesday to keep control of the city council and mayor's office.
Incorporate Vail Arizona President, David Hook, expressed his group's disappointment with the outcome but also a deep respect for the democratic process
Tucson voters reelected Mayor Regina Romero to her second term, according to an unofficial count of votes released by Pima County.
Tucson Unified School District officials praised voters for approving a $480 million bond issue.
Backers were unable to convince residents of the community southeast of Tucson to become a town.
Nikki Lee, a Democrat, had nearly 65% of the vote, compared to challenger Republican Ross Kaplowitch at 34%, with 95 percent of the vote counted Tuesday evening.
Sunnyside Unified School District's voters supported two override requests on the ballot.
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