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BOISE -- On Tuesday, voters weighed-in on seven school district levy elections throughout SW Idaho.

Here are the unofficial results:

Voters in the Kuna School District appear to have favored the largest levy this election cycle, voting for a nearly $6.4 million bond over the next two years.

Kuna School Dist. Ada County
In favor of: 54.55% (1,540 votes)
Against: 45.45% (1,283 votes)

Kuna School Dist. Canyon County
In favor of: 40.18% (131 votes)
Against: 59.82% (185 votes)

In the Nampa School District, voters have voted for a $1.6 million levy for the next two years.

In favor of: 63.85%
Against: 36.15%

Here are some other results from around the Treasure Valley

Wilder School Levy:
In favor of: 63.46%
Against: 36.54%

Notus School Levy:
In favor of: 76.42%
Against: 23.58%

Notus School Cossa:
In favor of: 77.73%
Against: 22.27%

Homedale School Cossa:
In favor of: 63.53%
Against: 36.47%

The Bruneau-Grandview District school levy passed with 337 votes for yes, and 263 votes no.

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