PCM voters reject revised Revenue Purpose Statement
Witt, Nearmyer elected to fill school board vacancies
The Jasper County Auditor's Office has released the unofficial results of Tuesday night's special election in the PCM Community School District.
Nearly 400 voters went to the polls in both Monroe and Prairie City, resulting in a turnout of slightly more than 10 percent. No absentee ballots were requested in the election, according to the Auditor's Office.
The primary purpose of the election was to vote upon a revised Revenue Purpose Statement for the district's share of the statewide School Infrastructure Local Option Sales Tax. The proposed measure failed to receive the necessary simple majority of "yes" votes Tuesday.
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