Special election results: Feb. 11, 2020

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Here is a roundup of results in the Feb. 11, 2020, special election, as of Tuesday night:

EMS LEVY

Walla Walla County Proposition 1: Six Year Regular Levy for Emergency Medical Services

  • Yes — 80.61% (9,205 votes)
  • No — 19.39% (2,214 votes)

SCHOOL LEVIES

Walla Walla School District Proposition 1: Replacement of Expiring Educational Programs and Operations Levy

  • Yes — 71.06% (5,331 votes)
  • No — 28.94% (2,171 votes)

College Place School District Proposition 1: Transportation Levy

  • Yes — 59.66% (1,538 votes)
  • No — 40.34% (1,040 votes)

Dixie School District Proposition 1: Replacement Educational Programs and Operational Levy

  • Yes — 62.59% (87 votes)
  • No — 37.41% (52 votes)

Dixie School District Proposition 2: Replacement Capital Levy for Health, Safety and Energy Efficiency Improvements

  • Yes — 60.43% (84 votes)
  • No — 39.57% (55 votes)

Prescott School District Proposition 1: Replacement Educational Programs and Operation Levy (Walla Walla County results)

  • Yes — 67.91% (91 votes)
  • No — 32.09% (43 votes)

Dayton School District Proposition 1: Maintenance and Operations

  • Yes — 62.36% (714 votes)
  • No — 37.47% (429 votes)

Dayton School District Proposition 2: Capital Projects and Technology

  • Yes — 63.14% (523 votes)
  • No — 36.51% (418 votes)

Waitsburg School District Proposition 1: Replacement Education Programs and Operation Levy (Walla Walla County results)

  • Yes — 61.84% (175 votes)
  • No — 38.16% (108 votes)