Both city, rural areas were against sales tax
Crundwell ‘played huge role’ in ballot defeat, backers say
DIXON – The proposed 1 percent sales tax to fund public school facilities drew majorities in just four of Lee County’s 49 precincts.
Countywide, 58.9 percent of voters rejected the tax – 8,774 against and 6,135 for, according to unofficial results. It was about the same everywhere. In Dixon precincts, 58.3 percent turned down the tax, while 59.3 percent in the rural areas did.
Precincts in north Dixon and in Ashton, Reynolds and Bradford townships had majorities for the tax.
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