All three Northshore School District ballot measures increase leads

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The second round of results for the school district's special election were released Wednesday and all three of the Northshore School District's ballot measures improved on passing margins.

According to the Snohomish and King County Elections departments Prop 1, a renewal of the Education Operations Support Levy, has increased its lead by a full percentage point with 13,422 votes in favor.

Prop 2, for a $177.5 million general obligation bond, also increased its lead by 5 points to 68 percent. The measure now has 12,471 votes in favor.

Prop 3, a renewal of the Capital Projects Levy, is passing with 12,504 votes in favor or 67 percent.

The vote-by-mail ballots were due Feb. 11 and the election will be certified by Feb. 25.

There were 18 jurisdictions with ballot measures in the February special election.

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