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RESULTS HERE: March 2 special elections in eastern Iowa

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(KWWL) -- Across eastern Iowa, some school districts and counties are holding special elections on Tuesday, March 2.

KWWL will post results on this page as they are released or sent to us. Polls close at 8 p.m.

BREMER COUNTY

Waverly-Shell Rock bond vote:

Waverly-Shell Rock Community School District is holding a General Obligation Bond Special Election.

The bond vote will decide whether the District will be authorized to provide funds to improve school buildings and construct two new elementary school buildings.

Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Unofficial results: Public Measure BW passes with 72.32% voting yes. 60% was needed to pass.

Results become official Monday, March 15 at 10:30 a.m.

More details of the results can be found HERE.

BUCHANAN COUNTY

Jesup Schools Advanced Vision for Education Fund:

Residents from the Jesup Community School District will vote on whether to adopt a Revenue Purpose Statement specifying the use of revenues the school district will receive from the SAVE Fund. Results will be combined from Black Hawk and Buchanan counties.

Unofficial results: Jesup CSD Public Measure CC passes with 90.36% voting yes in Buchanan County and 94.44% voting yes in Black Hawk County.

CEDAR COUNTY

Tipton Schools Advanced Vision for Education Fund:

Tipton Schools is holding a special election to adopt a Revenue Purpose Statement, that specifies the use of revenues the district will receive from the Secure an Advanced Vision for Education (SAVE) Fund.

Polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Cedar County Courthouse.

More details on the proposition can be found here.

Official results: With 100 votes cast of 3,493 voters, Public Measure A passes with 85% voting yes, 15% no.

DELAWARE COUNTY

West Delaware Schools bond vote:

Residents of the West Delaware School District will vote on a $20 million bond for remodeling, repairing and improving schools.

You can view a sample ballot here.

Unofficial results: Public Measure B passes with 67.565% yes votes.

The canvass will be held on Monday, March 8, 2021 at 2 p.m.

More details of the results can be found HERE.

DUBUQUE COUNTY

Ward One City Council Seat:

Susan Farber and John Pregler will face off in a special election for the Ward One City Council seat. Both candidates secured the top two places earlier in February.

The Courthouse will close at 8:00 p.m. when the polls close and links on the Dubuque County website will display the daytime voter turnout and election night results will be posted and updated as they are received.

Unofficial results: Susan Farber narrowly defeats John Pregler with 51.1% of the vote.

More on the results can be found HERE.

Previous KWWL story on the Dubuque election can be found here.

Western Dubuque Schools Levy Vote:

The Special election vote will have combined county results from Jackson, Clayton, Delaware, and Jones counties. It will decide on a $20 million bond to improve grounds, construct buildings, and purchase or lease technology.

Unofficial results: Passes with 79.92% voting yes.

More on the results can be found HERE.

IOWA COUNTY

Williamsburg Capital Improvement Fund:

Polling hours will be from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the Williamsburg Recreation Center.

Unofficial results: Williamsburg Public Measure A passes with 57.85% voting yes.

More on the results can be found HERE.

KEOKUK COUNTY (VIA WAPELLO COUNTY)

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont levy vote:

Voters in Keokuk County will decide whether to continue a school infrastructure levy that comes from property tax collections.

You can view a sample ballot here.

Unofficial results: 141 voting yes, 108 voting no.

More on the results can be found HERE.

LINN COUNTY

Alburnett Schools Advanced Vision for Education Fund:

Residents in the Alburnett Community School District will be voting on a new Revenue Purpose Statement on how the district can spend penny sales tax funds.

Unofficial results: Public Measure A passes with 165 voting yes, 27 no.

More info on the results can be found HERE.

Marion Schools bond vote:

The Marion Independent School District is holding a $31 million bond vote for a new outdoor athletic complex and auditorium as well as other renovations.

You can view a sample ballot here.

Unofficial results: Public Measure B - GO Bonds passes with 1,312 voting yes, 238 voting no.

60% +1 was needed to pass.

More info on the results can be found HERE.

WASHINGTON COUNTY

City Council Seat:

Haleigh Brockman and Illa Earnest face off for the City of Washington Ward 3 City Council seat.

Unofficial results: Illa Earnest defeats Haleigh Brockman with 78% of the vote.

Board of Supervisors seat:

Marcus Fedler, Jonathan Bartholomew, Dwight Miller, and Joshua Schreiber vie for the open Board of Supervisors seat.

Unofficial results: Marcus Fedler wins the seat with 32% of the vote.

Highland Schools Physical Plant & Equipment Levy:

Unofficial results: Physical Plant & Equipment Levy passes with 205 voting yes, 56 voting no.

WINNESHIEK COUNTY

South-Winneshiek Schools Advanced Vision for Education Fund:

View a sample ballot here. KWWL will report results once they are received via email from auditor Ben Steines.

Unofficial results: Prop B South Winneshiek passes with 97.26% voting yes.

The canvass will be held Monday at 10:45 a.m.

Howard-Winneshiek Schools levy vote:

Voters will decide whether to continue a school infrastructure levy that comes from property tax collections. Results will be from Winneshiek, Chickasaw, and Howard counties.

View a sample ballot here.

Unofficial results: Prop A Howard Winneshiek CSD - 56.41% voting yes from Winneshiek County. Howard County totals for Prop A show 64% voted yes.

More details of the results can be found HERE.

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