Did Washington State School District Cross the Electoral Neutrality Line?

Williams, Rochelle
April 2001
Bond Buyer;4/23/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31123, p-36
Trade Publication
Reports that Washington-based Issaquah School District officials are likely to be fined for the alleged violation of electoral neutrality in 1999 by promoting a successful $68.7 million bond referendum to build three schools. Agency that has investigated the matter after receiving a complaint filed by Issaquah residents; Reaction of school superintendent Janet Berry to the findings of the investigation.


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