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Prohibit denial or abridgment of rights on account of an individual's race or ethnicity

The third question is as follows:

“Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended by adding a new section providing that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged because of an individual’s race or ethnicity?”

VOTE YES.

If passed, this amendment would prohibit restricting or denying an individual’s equal rights because of race or ethnicity and enshrine equal rights under the law for all Pennsylvanians.

Bainbridge Island School District Prop 2

Bainbridge Island Proposition No. 2 seeks to replace the school district's expiring technology levy. If approved, the rate would be $0.26 per $1,000 in assessed value in 2022 and 2023 and $0.25 in 2024.

Bainbridge Island School District Prop 1

The Board of Directors of Bainbridge Island School District No. 303 is seeking to renew its enrichment and operations levy for schools districtwide. This levy, like the expiring levy it replaces, helps bridge the gap between student needs and state-provided funding for schools.

Mount Vernon School District Prop 2

Proposition No. 2 seeks to adopt a technology modernization levy for Mount Vernon School District No. 320. Like Proposition 1, this is not a new tax, and the combined tax rates for Propositions 1 and 2 would decrease over their three-year span.

Mount Vernon School District Prop 1

If adopted, Proposition No. 1 would replace the expiring 2021 levy, which funds critical operating costs in Mount Vernon School District No. 320.

South Kitsap School District No. 402 Prop 1

The Board of Directors of South Kitsap School District No. 402 is seeking to renew the educational programs and operations levy. A yes vote on Proposition 1 would renew the levy at its current rate and help students continue to thrive in these challenging times.

Central Valley School District No. 356 Prop 1

If adopted, Proposition No. 1 would replace an expiring levy that funds several much-needed resources for students, including nurses, counselors, special education programs, crossing guards, curriculum, and technology for every student that needs it.

Camas School District No. 117 Prop 5

Similar to Proposition 4, Proposition 5 would replace an expiring levy. The capital levy provides funds for fire protection systems, building maintenance, and technology in our schools.

Camas School District No. 117 Prop 4

If approved, Proposition 4 will replace the expiring 2021 educational programs and operations levy. The funds raised by levies make up about 20 percent of the district's revenue and are used to bridge the gap between student needs and state funding.