Voters show early support for bonds, overrides

Two dozen school districts in Maricopa County have funding measures on the ballot. These measures ask voters to approve financing slated for a variety of projects, including athletic and extracurricular programs, teacher pay, school buses, furniture and technology.

Most Maricopa County school bond and override measures were passing as of Wednesday evening.

The early results may signal relief for districts with hopes of following through on capital projects and increasing their budgets for operational expenses. 

Maricopa County election officials will continue to update the tally in the coming days as ballots are processed. 

Property owners pay for bonds and overrides via property taxes. Bonds are a form of debt districts take on and are used for longer-term capital projects, such as…

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