Only seven votes pushed the Toledo School District’s vote in the county’s special election over the sidelines.
The results were confirmed on Friday by the district auditing office.
“Thank you voters for agreeing to the submission (education programs and operations),” the district wrote on Facebook on Friday. “We know these are difficult times for many in our community, and we appreciate the value you put in supporting your school district’s educational programs.”
A total of 733 residents voted “Yes” and 726 “No”.
No results have been mirrored since the first results were released earlier this month.
The only levy that failed was the Castle Rock School District capital projects levy.