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Imagine it is November 2016, and election results have claimed victory for a bond action to aid in financing quality education structures within the bounds of School District 27J.
I don’t have to imagine 27J students walking along Bridge Street in Brighton campaigning openly for relief in their miserably overcrowded schools in November 2014.
About 100 votes shy of victory for this tax bond issue was indeed a victory of sorts because nearly 29,000 people voted on the issue — quite a few more people than that show up at parent-teacher conferences.
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