Denton bond package wins overwhelming support of early voters

More than three-fourths of voters who voted early favored a 2013 Denton school bond proposition for $312 million, according to early election returns posted by the Denton County Elections Administration.
According to early voting returns, nearly a fourth of voters opposed the proposition, which could fund a fourth comprehensive high school slated for construction along the U.S. Highway 380 corridor; the district’s 23rd and 24th elementary schools; an eighth middle school; a ninth-grade addition at Guyer High School; renovations at 17 campuses; energy conservation improvements; and land acquisition.
A total of 4,095 people cast ballots early for the Denton school bond proposition, according to the elections office.


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