Tomah School Referendum Found NOT To Have Passed

The celebrations by the Tomah School District that their school referendums

had won last week...have come to an abrupt halt. This after a canvass conducted Monday found that the referendum had failed, not won, by 25 votes. Fueled by transposed numbers in the Monroe County town of Grant. Town Clerk, Sandy Lea Wood.


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Election night totals had the referendum winning by a 55-21 margin, but the town actually voted 56-21 against the measure. In the Town of Clifton, who didn't know there was a problem until we called them, also had a 60 vote difference, though they were all against the measure.

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