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Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act

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Do you approve the “Securing Our Children’s Future2 Bond Act”? This bond act authorizes the State to issue bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $500 million. The money from the sale of the bonds would be used to provide grants to schools, school districts, county vocational school districts and county colleges. Money from the grants would be used to build, equip, and expand facilities to increase career and technical education program capacity Money would also be used for school security upgrades and school district water infrastructure improvement projects

a reminder that this was a ballot measure in New Jersey

 

and with the name of it, you would think that in commie socialist leftist NJ, it would be a slam dunk win.

 

ONLY 52 percent voted for it.

 

i was expecting something like 65-35 or even 75-25.

but damn 52-48.

 

why so close?

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Some people learned from the last ballot measure (money grab question).  I think the word is getting out that any time there is a ballot question it's just getting approval to raise taxes. 

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11 mins ago, Gotcow? said:

but it's for the children.

yea well my child goes to private school   :howdy: 

 

The school system gets enough of my money that I get no benefit from . 

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3 mins ago, Lagerhead said:

The poor school districts in poverty stricken Hoboken and long branch need more of my money.

 

They need to refresh the new turf fields?   

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I voted no on that. Sounded like another liberal cash grab. The state is already in debt, not really sure how they plan on beefing up security for grades K-12 (it's the kids already inside the schools that are crazy), and college students pay tuition so use that money to fix your campus. 

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