Vote-by-mail ballots sent to decide on school-aid tax

05/11/2004 | San Francisco Chronicle

West Contra Costa County, Calif., residents are voting for the first time by mail on Measure B, a tax initiative to raise $8 million a year to restore school sports, libraries, counselors and class-size reduction programs. While proponents say mail voting is cheap and convenient, others fear voters may mistakenly discard the ballots or miss the June 8 return deadline.

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