Voters turned out for school board elections and referendum measures during the School Districts and Municipal Elections on Tuesday.
The major item on Cambridge-Isanti voter’s ballots was the school referendum to obtain funding to hire/keep high quality teachers and offer more vocational and technical opportunities and college readiness.
The measure passed with both questions receiving 62% approval, Cambridge-Isanti Superintendent Nate Rudolph touched on the district’s commitment to the community.
"We have deep roots in community support, our businesses and our families in coming together to support our students and children in our community. We are very encouraged and excited about continuing that strong tradition."
Another referendum vote took place further north with the Princeton School District, looking for building bonds for betterment of school sites and facilities...Voters in the area voted against the measures with 63% voting no
Princeton School Board Chair Eric Strandberg stated that “as a School Board, we’re hopeful in finding a long-term solution that our community can support. At the end of the day, our needs aren’t going away and they have to be addressed in the future.”