GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND BALLOTS DUE FEBRUARY 16
Clovis Municipal Schools is encouraging local voters to participate in the District’s first ever, all-mail General Obligation Bond and SB-9 Capital Improvements Tax Election. As of February 12, the Curry County Clerk’s office has received 3,898 ballots out of 21,303 mailed to registered voters in our school district.
A map of the district can be found at: www.clovis-schools.org/board_of_ed/district_maps.html If you are a registered voter residing in the District and have not received a ballot, please contact the Curry County Clerk’s Office 575-763-5591.
Due to the closeness of the election and the federal holiday today and to ensure receipt of your ballot, it is suggested they be hand-delivered to the Curry County Clerk’s Office. Ballots must be returned either by mail or in person to the Clerk’s office no later than 7 p.m., February 16.
Please take a moment to find out more about how these funds would be targeted to benefit local schools and students. Additional election information and videos can be found on the District’s website at: http://www.clovis-schools.org/2021_Election.html
General Obligation Bond and SB-9 Capital Improvements Tax funds may be used to construct, improve, maintain, and repair district facilities as well as to provide critical technology resources such as Chromebooks and technology infrastructure that supports both in-person and remote learning.