Voters gave thumbs up to bond measures in Naches and Sunnyside in Tuesday's special election.

In fact all maintenance and operations levies in districts throughout the valley were expected to pass save one. Voters in the Highland School District did not support a measure that would have helped fund a new vocational center.

In Naches 62 percent of voters approved a $23 million bond over the next 25 years to help pay for a new elementary school to replace both the primary and intermediate schools. The district's maintenance and operations levy was also successful.

In Sunnyside voters approved a $10 million bond to help fund a new elementary school. More ballots will be counted today.

Results as of Wednesday morning:
Union Gap School District No. 2 Proposition No. 1 Replacement Maintenance and Operation Levy:
Yes - 61%
No - 39%
East Valley School District No. 90 Proposition No. 1 Replacement Maintenance and Operation Levy:
Yes - 61%
No - 39%
Sunnyside School District No. 201 Proposition No. 1 Facility Improvement General Obligation Bonds:
Approved - 62%
No - 38%
Highland School District No. 203 Proposition No. 1 Replacement Maintenance and Operation Levy:
Yes - 65%
No - 35%
Highland School District No. 203 Proposition No. 2 Bonds to Construct and Renovate School Facilities:
Approved - 58%
Rejected - 42%
Zillah School District No. 205 Proposition No. 1 Replacement Maintenance and Operation Levy:
Yes - 73%
No - 27%
Zillah School District No. 205 Proposition No. 2 Capital Levy for Instructional Technology and
School Safety Improvements:
Yes - 72%
No - 28%
Wapato School District No. 207 Proposition No. 1 Replacement Maintenance and Operation Levy:
Yes - 59%
No - 41%
West Valley School District No. 208 Proposition No. 1 Replacement Maintenance and Operation Levy:
Yes - 59%
No - 41%
Mt. Adams School District No. 209 Proposition No. 1 Replacement Maintenance and Operation Levy:
Yes - 75%
No - 25%
Naches Park & Recreation District Proposition No. 1 Special Levy:
Yes - 73%
No - 27%