May 19 Election Day Voter Guide

May 19 Election Day Voter Guide

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - Here is a quick reference guide for Tuesday's election day in the Treasure Valley.

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Note: These are the ballot issues up for Tuesday's election. We will provide a link to various county election sites for full results.

Ada County

Kuna Recreation District (Ada and Canyon) – creation of a recreation district authorized to levy taxes – Needs 50 percent+1

Avimor Bond – Up to $226 million total for infrastructure for future expansion – two people voting using paper ballots, both need to vote yes to pass.

Meridian Cemetery Levy - $785,000 total over five years for more burial ground – Needs 50 percent+1

 Boise County

Horseshoe Bend School Levy - $600,000 total over two years for maintaining current programs – Need 50 percent+1

 Canyon County

Middleton Fire Levy (Canyon and Gem) - $1,341,198 total over two years to maintain operations – Needs 50 percent+1

Wilder Fire Levy - $250,000 per year permanently to expand operations and hire more full time firefighters – needs 50 percent+1

Notus School Bond - $4.8 million for a new elementary school – Needs 66.7%

Parma School Levy - $700,000 total over two years for maintaining and operating schools – Needs 50 percent +1

Gem County

Gem County Mosquito Abatement District – Annexation of Sweet and Montour into the district – Needs 50 percent+1

Emmett School Levy  - $2.8 million total over two years for maintaining and operating schools – Needs 50 percent+1

Owyhee County

Marsing-Homedale Cemetery Levy - $60,000 total over two years for purchase/maintenance of lawn equipment and maintenance of cemetery grounds – Needs 50 percent+1

Marsing School Levy (Canyon and Owyhee) - $800,000 total over two years for maintaining and operating schools – Needs 50 percent+1

Payette County

Payette School Levy (Payette and Washington) - $1,790,000 total over two years for maintaining and operating schools – Needs 50 percent+1

New Plymouth Fire Levy - $123,000 per year permanently for providing fire protection and life preservation services – Needs 50 percent+1