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Razor thin: Pleasanton Unified's Measure I is now 0.061% away from passing

Original post made on Nov 16, 2022

Measure I, Pleasanton Unified School District's proposed $395 million general obligation bond, has climbed to within 0.061% from passing, according to Tuesday's election results update from the county.

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Posted by ron imperiale
a resident of Pleasanton Heights
on Nov 16, 2022 at 10:32 am

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Posted by Jake Waters
a resident of Birdland
on Nov 17, 2022 at 9:25 am

Jake Waters is a registered user.

“We know we will receive another update from the county tomorrow and again on Thursday late afternoon. We know there are likely 10,000-plus ballots yet to be counted and at the current pace, a result either way may not be known until some time next week at the earliest."

“Butler's co-chair for the Yes on I campaign committee, Todd Utikal, told the Weekly that he heard about 15,000 ballots have been counted in Pleasanton so the race is very much still up in the air, even if they are gaining momentum since Election Night.”

Regarding these two comments above, it cannot be helped, but must be asked: Is this acceptable for an election that happened on November 8th? We are not talking about a huge turnout that voted for this measure. They’re waiting for more votes? Where are these votes coming from? Florida could do the count in one day, and this small community needs weeks? If you want us to believe that voting is secure perhaps you need to demonstrate it to us.

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