South Washington County Schools

Nov. 7, 2017 Election

Election Results - Unofficial 

For further details on the November 7 Election results, click here.

District 833 Referendum and School Board Election

On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7, residents in District 833 will have three referendum questions and five School Board seats on the ballot. This website provides resources for residents to be informed on the ballot questions and School Board election, as well as general information for voters.

  • Referendum Questions: Recognizing the need to maintain the current level of high-quality educational services, ensure operating funds are in place to continue maintenance and programming for all schools and invest in the fiscal health of the district, the School Board has approved parameters for three questions to appear on ballots in the upcoming election.
  • Tax Impact: Find information on the estimated tax impact should questions be approved. Use our tax calculator to see what each question would mean for your taxes. 
  • Frequently Asked Questions: This set of Frequently Asked Questions will be updated as needed to address new questions.
  • School Board Election: The District 833 School Board has five seats open for election on Nov. 7. Four members will be elected to the School Board for terms of four years each, and another will be elected to serve a two-year term.
  • Voting Locations: To know where to vote, you must first know what precinct you reside in. The Secretary of State’s Poll Finder website can help you determine your precinct and polling location for this election.
  • Voting Information: Residents must be registered to vote to be eligible to vote in this election. You can register before Election Day or on Election Day with the proper proof of residence. Any eligible voter can vote early by using an absentee ballot or going to a Washington County Service Center through Nov. 6, instead of voting in person at a polling place on Election Day.


If you have any additional questions email info@sowashco.org