Oregon Voters Generally Say 'No' To School Taxes

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Oregon Public Broadcasting

Oregon voters are generally saying "no" to raising taxes to pay for public schools this election.

Measures in the Multnomah County districts of Corbett and Gresham-Barlow were losing in early results on Tuesday. So was a $25 million school bond in Hillsboro. In Lane County, Junction City wasn't finding support for a bond measure, and in Springfield the tally was close, but the "no" side was leading.

This story originally appeared on Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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