November Election Highlights:
- Over 75% of bonds were approved
- Two counties in Virginia approved over $150 million in bonds to support WMATA's Capital Improvement Program
- In Rhode Island, more than 70% of voters approved a statewide bond for $4.7 million to purchase and rehabilitate buses for the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority
- Property tax increases were the most popular type of finance measure on the ballot and the most successful, with an approval rate of 78%
- Increases or renewals were successful in four Michigan jurisdictions, two West Virginia cities and two counties in Ohio.
- Vehicle fees became a new and noteworthy financing tool with a 71% success rate
- 5 out of 7counties in the San Francisco Bay Area voted to increase vehicle registration fees by $10 to support transportation investments
- Only 10% of measures yesterday were non-finance.