The polls are open for voters in the Elkhart Schools district, who will decide on Tuesday, May 4, whether or not a $120 million referendum will pass.
If approved, the referendum would provide $15.25 million per year for eight years to increase pay for all employees, reduce their out-of-pocket health insurance costs and continue to provide safe transportation for students at the current levels.
It’s an extra $119, each year, for the average homeowner.
The election is only for registered voters in the Elkhart School District only.
On Election Day, 15 vote centers located throughout the school district will be open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m:
Bristol United Methodist – 201 S Division St., Bristol
Trinity (UMC) Church on Jackson – 2715 E Jackson St., Elkhart
FOP #52 – 1003 Industrial Parkway, Elkhart
St James AME Church – 122 Dr. Martin Luther King Dr., Elkhart
River of Life Community Church – 2626 Prairie St., Elkhart
AMBS (Lambright Center) – 3003 Benham Ave., Elkhart
Calvary UMC – 2222 W Indiana Ave., Elkhart
New Hope United Methodist – 28765 CR 4, Elkhart
Pierre Moran Park pavilion – 164 W Blaine Ave., Elkhart
North Side Gym – 300 Lawrence St., Elkhart
Osolo Township Fire Station – 24936 Buddy St., Elkhart
Jimtown High School Gym – 59021 CR 3, Elkhart
Granger Community Church – 2701 E Bristol St., Elkhart
Elkhart County Health Department – 608 Oakland Ave., Elkhart
Elkhart County Public Services Bldg. – 4230 Elkhart Road, Goshen