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Idaho Special Election results

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Results for the March 13, 2018 special election in Idaho are expected to come in just after 8:00 p.m. Tuesday night. 

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Wallace School District - Supplemental Levy

In Favor Of - 319 Votes (63.17%)

Against - 186 Votes (36.83%)

Genesee Joint School District - Supplemental Levy

In Favor Of - 152 Votes (77.95%)

Against - 43 Votes (22.05%)

Kendrick Joint School District - Supplemental Levy

In Favor Of - 151 Votes (77.84%)

Against - 43 Votes (22.16%)

Kendrick Joint School District - School Plant Facilities Reserve Fund Levy

In Favor Of - 149 Votes (77.20%)

Against  - 44 Votes (22.80%)

Potlatch School District - Supplemental Levy

In Favor Of - 362 Votes (58.86%)

Against  - 253 Votes (41.14%)

Culdesac Joint School District - Supplemental Levy

In Favor Of - 88 Votes (81.15%)

Against - 20 Votes (18.52%)

Highland Joint School District - Supplemental Levy

In Favor Of - 15 Votes (100%)

Against  - 0 Votes (0%)

Lewiston Independent School District - Supplemental Levy

In Favor Of - 2,811 Votes (81.21%)

Against  - 651 (18.79%)

Joint School District No. 171 - Supplemental Levy

In Favor Of - 595 Votes (70.25%)

Against  - 252 Votes (29.75%)

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