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Early Voting Concludes Friday For School Trustees, Levies, Bonds 

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Early voting continues today and tomorrow in Ada and Canyon counties as the Tuesday, May 19 elections across Idaho grow nearer. In the Treasure Valley, no fewer than 18 public offices are up for grabs, including school board trustees and highway district representatives. Additionally, voters are being asked to approve six levies/and or bonds. 

In Notus, voters will be asked for the third time to approve a bond to fund a new facility that would replace the community's 90-year-old elementary school at a cost of $4.8 million. Voters have rejected the tax burden on two previous attempts.

Voters in the Canyon County communities of Marsing and Parma will also decide the fates of school levies.

In the Nampa School District, which is still reeling from a budget fiasco that left the district swimming in red ink for a number of years, two school board trustees are being challenged by four opponents.

In the West Ada (Meridian) School District, two incumbents are being challenged while another zone has attracted four contenders.  Voters in the Kuna School District are also selecting trustees in three separate zones.

In Ada County, early voting is conducted 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday and Friday at 400 North Benjamin Lane in Boise; and in Canyon County, early voting is conducted 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday and Friday at 1102 E. Chicago St. in Caldwell.

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