Henrico County passes all five proposed bond referendums

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — According to the Virginia Board of Elections, Henrico County residents have overwhelmingly passed all five bond referendums that were on this year’s ballot in the county.

The proposed bond referendums dealt with taking on debt to provide funding for special school projects, to fund libraries, to fund parks and recreation equipment and renovations, to fund fire station renovations, and to fund new road projects.

As of 9:45 p.m. 98 percent of precincts were reporting on all bond referendums.

The school projects bond referendum passed with 83.87 percent of the vote.

The parks and recreation bond referendum passed with 76.26 percent of the vote.

The library bond referendum passed with 74.97 percent of the vote.

The fire station and facilities projects passed with 86.19 percent of the vote.

The road projects passed with 82.61 percent of the vote.

The exact results are all as of 9:45 p.m. and are not final.

For more election stories, check the following: Richmond Decides, Electoral College, Results, Virginia Map 

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