In very early results, the two measures to extend parcel taxes in school districts covering Walnut Creek elementary and middle schools and Walnut Creek and Lamorinda high schools are receiving a very positive response from voters. Both measures, so far, have received more than than the 2/3 of voter approval needed to pass.
With seven of 49 precincts reporting, Measure G, which would allow the Acalanes Union High School District to permanently extend its $189 per-parcel tax, has received a "yes" vote from nearly 74 percent of voters so far. Twenty-six percent of the total 24,576 have said "no."
With four of 23 precincts reporting, Measure H, which would allow the Walnut Creek school district to permanently extend its $82 per parcel tax, has received a "yes" vote from 75 percent of voters so for. Nearly 25 percent of the total 10,790 have said "no."