2014 Levy Election Results

Election results are based on the most current information from the Walla Walla County elections department.

All results are preliminary until certified as official by the county elections department on Feb. 25.

These results were last updated on Feb. 11, 2014 at 8:22 p.m. Voter turnout was 35.5 percent.



Walla Walla County EMS Replacement Levy

First approved in 1990, the EMS levy on the ballot would renew the current levy rate of 50 cents per $1,000 of assessed valuation. The levy was last approved by voters in 2008.

Yes: 9,327 (84%)
No: 1,775 (16%)

College Place School District Replacement Levy

College Place asked voters to pass a four-year programs and operations levy to collect $2.98 million per year. It would replace a levy for the same amount that is set to expire at the end of 2014.

Yes: 1,704 (63%)
No: 998 (37%)

Dixie School District Levies

Dixie asked voters to pass a six-year capital improvements levy to collect $75,000 per year and a two-year maintenance and operations levy for $230,730 per year.

Maintenance and Operations Levy

Yes: 108 (63.9%)
No: 61 (36.1%)

Capital Improvements Levy

Yes: 92 (55.4%)
No: 74 (44.6%)

Prescott School District Replacement Levy

The Prescott School District placed a $615,000 per year replacement levy for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 school year on the ballot.
The district includes portions of Walla Walla and Columbia County; totals below are for both counties.

Yes: 128 (77.6%)
No: 37 (22.4%)

Waitsburg School District Replacement Levy

The Waitsburg School District asked voters for a $1.08 million two-year replacement levy.
The district includes portions of Walla Walla and Columbia County; totals below are for both counties.

Yes: 252 (64.1%)
No: 141 (35.9%)