/JPS bond vote 5 things you need to know

JPS bond vote 5 things you need to know

2. This year, the district paid off the remaining $150 million of a bond referendum that was passed in 2006. While proponents claim that the renewal will not increase Jackson residents’ taxes and other fees, opponents argue that residents would get some tax relief if they voted against it. 3. To pass, the referendum must receive 60 percent of votes. 4. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Visit the Hinds County website to find your place. A spokeswoman for the city said that the voters of Precinct 98 on the campus Of Tougaloo College and Jackson 1 at Griffith Memorial Baptist Church will not be participating in the election as they are not part the Jackson school district. 5. Photo identification will be required for voters at the polls._x000D