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Vote YES on B for local funding and local control

We have outstanding elementary and middle schools here in the Dixie School District, and we need Measure B to keep our schools among the top in the state.

For almost 30 years, our schools have relied on locally-controlled parcel tax funding to protect academic programs and keep great teachers in our classrooms.  But now, this funding is set to expire. If we don’t pass Measure B, our schools will lose $1.9 million every year, which would force our schools to increase class sizes, lay off teachers and staff and cut academic programs. Every penny will stay in our community to support our students.

We need your YES on B vote!

This is a grassroots campaign of community volunteers coming together to pass this measure for our kids.  Your help is essential to protecting quality academic programs for Dixie students.  Get involved by signing up to help the campaign or donate to support our grassroots effort.

Vote YES on B by mail!

This measure will appear on the all-mail ballot this spring.  You must cast your ballot by mail in this election, as there will be no polling places open on Election Day.

All registered voters in Dixie School District will receive a ballot in the mail the week of April 9.  As soon as you receive your ballot, vote YES, sign and date the outer envelope and mail back your ballot right away.  To count, your ballot must be postmarked by May 8, 2018.

If you aren’t registered to vote, contact Marin County Elections Department at (415) 473-6456.

For more information, read our FAQs page.

You may also contact our campaign committee co-chairs, Nichole Mullen and Tracy Smith, at