Elections

Election 2011: School Bond and Override Elections Mostly Fail in Maricopa County; See Results Here

Voters in 23 school districts were asked yesterday to help raise money by approving either a sale of bonds or allowing for extra money to be spent in an "override."

"No" was the answer most often received, according to unofficial election tallies.

See how your district fared in our handy list:

* Agua Fria Union # 216 -- $31.6 million bond Yes

* Balsz Elementary #31 -- $21 million bond Yes

* Buckeye Union #21 -- 10 percent Maintenance and Operation Override No

* Cave Creek USD #93 -- 15 percent Maintenance and Operation Override No

* Creighton ESD #14 -- Question 1 -- 15 percent Maintenance and Operation Override No

* Creighton ESD #14 -- Question 2 -- 10 percent capital budget override No

* Fowler ESD #45 -- 15 percent Maintenance and Operation Override Yes

* Gila Bend USD #24 -- 10 percent Maintenance and Operation Override No

* Glendale Union #205 -- $80 million bond Yes

* Glendale ESD #40 -- $28.3 million bond Yes

* Kyrene ESD #28 -- 10 percent capital budget override No

* Liberty ESD #25 -- 10 percent Maintenance and Operation Override Yes

* Littleton ESD #65 -- 15 percent Maintenance and Operation Override Yes

* Madison ESD #38 -- 15 percent Maintenance and Operation Override Yes

* Nadaburg USD #81 -- 10 percent Maintenance and Operation Override No

* Paradise Valley USD #69 -- Question 1 -- $203 million bond Yes

* Paradise Valley USD #69 -- Question 2 -- 10 percent capital budget override No

* Phoenix Union HSD #210 -- Question 1 -- $230 million bond Yes

* Phoenix Union HSD #210 -- Question 2 -- 10 percent capital budget override No

* Riverside ESD #2 -- $25 million bond Yes

* Roosevelt ESD #66 -- 15 percent Maintenance and Operation Override No

* Saddle Mountain USD #90 -- 10 percent capital budget override No

* Tolleson ESD #17 -- 10 percent capital budget override No

Click here to see the publicity pamphlets for each election. Click here to see the Maricopa County election results page.

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Ray Stern has worked as a newspaper reporter in Arizona for more than two decades. He's won numerous awards for his reporting, including the Arizona Press Club's Don Bolles Award for Investigative Journalism.