Amends the Tucson City Charter to increase salaries of elected officials.
Voters are asked to approve a $480 million bond package to fund system-wide improvements to aging facilities and equipment. It will require a tax increase.
Voters are asked to reauthorize an override that has been in effect since 2002. It is used to fund teacher salaries, full day kindergarten and free athletics. The property tax rate will not change.
Voters are asked to approve a $50 million bond to fund system-wide improvements. The property tax rate will not change.
Voters are asked to reauthorize an existing override and increase the amount from 10% to 13%. The money will be used to establish new K-12 engineering classes and maintain existing programs. It will require a tax increase.
Voters are asked to approve additional funding for school safety measures, teacher salaries and academic programs. It will require a tax increase.
Sunnyside voters are also deciding on a second budget override. The money will be used for improvements to aging facilities, classroom technology and student transportation. It will also require a tax increase.