Special Elections - April 3 - Central Lee/Fort Madison Schools
Residents of two southeast Iowa school districts will go to the polls on Tuesday, April 3rd to determine whether the districts should be allowed to borrow millions of dollars for new construction or facility upgrades.
The Fort Madison School District says it needs $30-million to build a new elementary school and new high school baseball and softball fields.
The Central Lee School District is seeking $9.8-million to help pay for enhanced security at its high school and K-8 building, a new high school gymnasium, several new classrooms and improved parking.
Early voting is underway ahead of the April 3rd Elections.