Los Angeles County voters approve 23 school bonds

Nov. 6, 2008
Presidential vote brings out supporters of district proposals
Despite a long ballot, national economic duress and competing tax measures, 23 school bond proposals in Los Angeles County, Calif., won approval from voters this week. Most of the bonds easily cruised to victory, including the largest ever for a California school district: the $7-billion Measure Q for Los Angeles Unified. It won support from 68.9 percent voters. (The bonds needed 55 percent to pass.)To read The Los Angeles Times article, click here.

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