More ballots are expected to be counted from Tuesday's election, but voters rejected bond measures in Toppenish and Sunnyside. And it's too close to call two other measures. In Selah a $48 million bond to build a new school to replace John Campbell Primary School is trailing with 59.99 percent. Sixty percent is needed for passage. In the Mt. Adams School District, 59 percent of voters support an M&O levy but it also needs a 60 percent or more margin for passage.
Voters rejected bond measures in Toppenish and Sunnyside.
More ballots are expected to be counted in the auditor's office Wednesday afternoon.