More ballots will be counted again Today from Tuesday's election. Selah School District officials received good news after Wednesday's count. On Tuesday night the district's $48 million bond to fund the replacement of John Campbell primary school was failing. But after Wednesday's count it was passing with at 60.61 percent.
Voters rejected bond measures in Toppenish and Sunnyside. Both were unable to reach the 60 percent needed for passage.  In the Mt. Adams School District 63 percent of voters supported a M&O levy for operations but rejected a bond measure to pay for a new school.
More ballots are expected to be counted in the auditors office Thursday afternoon.