Did you make it out to the polls yesterday?

Here are the results for the bonds and levies that made it on the ballot for Idaho schools.

*General obligation bonds = needs supermajority -two-thirds- approval to pass

**Supplemental levy = needs simple majority -over 50 percent- approval to pass

ADA COUNTY

Boise School District - PASSED - For: 22,084 (86%), Against: 3,595 (14%)

-General obligation bonds*
-$172,500,000
-For construction of new schools, and improvements to existing schools

Kuna School District - PASSED - For: 1,799 (67.1%), Against: 883 (32.9%)

-General obligation bonds*
-$40,000,000
-For construction of new high school, and improvements/renovations to existing schools

Kuna School District - PASSED - For: 1,810 (67.4%), Against: 875 (32.6%)

-Supplemental levy**
-$2,500,000 per year for two years
-For maintaining and operating schools

West Ada School District -  PASSED - For: 8,532 (62.9%), Against: 5,042 (37.1%)

-Plant facilities levy
-$16,000,000 per year for 10 years
-Requires 60 percent majority to pass
-For purchase of school sites, and renovation/improvement of existing buildings

BOISE COUNTY

Horseshoe Bend School District - PASSED - For: 155 (67.7%), Against: 74 (32.3%)

-Supplemental levy**
-$300,000
-For maintaining and operating schools

CANYON COUNTY

Kuna School District - PASSED - For: 1,799 (67.1%), Against: 883 (32.9%)

-General obligation bonds*
-$40,000,000
-For construction of new high school, and improvements/renovations to existing schools

Marsing School District - PASSED - For: 335 (73%), Against: 124 (27%)

-General obligation bonds*
-$13,500,000
-For construction of a new middle school, and improvements/renovations to high school and elementary school

Vallivue School District - FAILED (required supermajority) - For: 851 (61.3%), Against: (38.7%)

-Plant facilities levy
-$2,000,000 per year for 10 years
-For construction/renovation of schools, and other expenses