Some schools in Indiana will watch today's results closely, with the fate of millions of dollars in funding up to voters in their communities.
School districts across the state have turned to referenda questions over the last decade as ways to supplement funding.
School districts across the state are once again asking voters to help fund public schools, with nine districts asking for property tax increases Tuesday.
Governor-elect Eric Holcomb rolled out his legislative agenda this week while House Republicans unveiled their road funding plan.
Pelath’s proposal would require changing the Indiana Constitution.
This election, there’s a lot at stake for seven of Indiana’s public school districts.
It's primary day in Indiana, and 10 school districts around the state are posing ballot referenda asking voters to raise property taxes to help fund schools.
The Metropolitan School District of Boone Township asked voters to approve a 23-cent tax levy increase per $100 of assessed valuation: 543 said yes, 547 said no
In 2012, a total of six school districts are asking for more property tax revenue to cover operating expenses, down from 20 in 2010.
Wednesday has been declared a day to focus on public transit, instead of less green personal alternatives which consume more fuel.