Tuesday Feb. 13 special election ballots due

Voters in the Battle Ground, Camas, Woodland and Green Mountain school districts face decisions on property tax measures.
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Voters in the Battle Ground, Camas, Woodland and Green Mountain school districts face decisions on property tax measures

Voters in the Battle Ground, Camas, Woodland, and Green Mountain school districts should have a ballot in the mail for the Feb. 13 special election with pro and con statements on property tax measures.  

The voting deadline is Tuesday (Feb 13) at 8 p.m. Voters can take their signed ballot to any of the 22 ballot drop off boxes

Ballots submitted by US Mail must be postmarked on or before Feb. 13.

Here are statements for and against the proposed excess tax levies for K-12 schools:

Battleground Capital Excess Tax Levy

Camas Operations Excess Tax Levy

Camas Capital Excess Tax Levy

Woodland Operations Excess Tax Levy

Green Mountain Operations Excess Tax Levy

More information on state spending for K-12 school districts can be found here: 

Spending per student K-12 2023/2024 by state

Recent stories posted by Clark County Today can be found here:

Feb. 13 special election: Battle Ground Capital Levy

Feb. 13 special election: Camas School District levies

If you have not received your ballot, or have questions about voting, contact the Clark County Elections Office by phone at (564) 397-2345, or by email at elections@clark.wa.gov

https://clark.wa.gov/elections


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