I’ve just completed about 20 hours of campaigning at the intersection of SE 122nd and Division with my placards (above, plus “Change It First” on both sides of the chair) against the David Douglas School District school bond measure. I gave my reasons why here. I’m done with this campaign and await the vote results Tuesday evening. I think the pro-bond measure campaign had very early favorable polls and was planning on spending at least $75,000. It is a busy intersection right in the heart of the David Douglas School District, although lots of cars would just be either passing through the district or non-voters. Today I counted a sample of the cars passing in lanes close to me. A conservative estimate would be 27 cars per minute, so (*60*20) about 32,400 cars passed me and my placards in those 20 hours. Maybe it will make a difference.
It's the morning after the election. Unofficial results now have the David Douglas School District bond levy passing easily: 4,241 for (64%) to 2,383 against (36%). My efforts made no difference. Congratualtions to the David Douglas folks!