Out of the 67 school referendum questions on ballots across Wisconsin, only 12 failed.
Taxpayers in the Germantown School District voted to approve an $84 million dollar referendum to fund district-wide building improvements the school district superintendent considers much needed.
"I think people in Germantown school district understand that they get a good product for the money they spend here," Jeff Holmes said.
However, not every Wisconsin taxpayer agreed with schools asking for more money.
Voters in Waukesha County turned down a referendum that would have supported building improvements like a new pool and auditorium.
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