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Monroe County

Bond election

City of Madison

Shall Madison issue its combined waterworks and sewerage system revenue bonds in the amount of $4 million for the purpose of extending and improving the combined waterworks and sewerage system of the city, the cost of operation and maintenance of said combined waterworks and sewerage system and the principal of and interest on said revenue bonds to be payable solely from the revenues derived by the city from the operation of its combined waterworks and sewerage system, including all future improvements and extensions thereto?

Yes 119

No 21

Special School Bond Election

Madison C-3 School District

Proposition 1

Shall the Board of Education of the Madison C-3 School District of Monroe County, borrow money in the amount of $265,000 for the purpose of providing funds to complete roof repairs and replacement and security system upgrades to existing facilities of the district, to the extent funds are available, to complete other remodeling and repair improvements to the existing facilities of the district, and issue bonds for the payment thereof resulting in an estimated increase to the debt service property tax levy of $0.1500 per $100 assessed valuation? If this proposition is approved, the adjusted debt service levy of the school district is estimated to increase from $0.0000 to $0.1500 per $100 of assessed valuation of real and personal property.

Yes 183

No 147

Constitutional Amendment No. 1

Yes 1,302

No 813

Constitutional Amendment No. 5

Yes 1,536

No 526

Constitutional Amendment No. 7

Yes 1,065

No 1,047

Constitutional Amendment No. 8

Yes 1,087

No 914

Constitutional Amendment No. 9

Yes 1,557

No 440

Democratic Party

U.S. Representative District 6

(One nominated)

W.A. (Bill) Hedge 423

Edward Dwayne Fields 467

Gary Lynn Crose 155

County Clerk

(One nominated)

Katie Riechmann 642

Christina Buie 831

County Treasurer

(One nominated)

Mary Lynn Powell 351

Rita Blackford Wilkerson 1,115

Republican Party

U.S. Representative District 6

(One nominated)

Kyle Reid 33

Brian L. Tharp 29

Sam Graves 389

Christopher Ryan 61

Jackson Township Committeeman

(One nominated)

Tal Henderson 35

Richard Lee Boggs 34

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