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Superintendent Pasquale Scuderi
Board President Jennifer Williams    
County Registrar of Voters Certifies Measure E Victory
Alameda, California — April 5, 2024  —  The Alameda County Registrar of Voters has certified the results of the March 5 primary election, thereby providing the final and official declaration that AUSD’s Measure E has passed. The new measure combines, replaces, and renews the existing Measures B1 and A, which jointly provide about $24 million to support AUSD programs and salaries, without raising residents’ taxes.
“I’d like to thank this community for its support,” says Superintendent Pasquale Scuderi, “as well as the many volunteers who knocked on doors, made phone calls, and texted their fellow Alamedans to advocate for this continued funding. We cannot provide high-quality instruction in our school’s without this local support, and we are very grateful for the way this community steps up to help us.”
Out of the 22,692 votes counted, the final tally shows that 76.15% were “yes,” and 23.85% were “no.”
“This is an historic margin for a parcel tax in Alameda, and as a Board we are so very grateful to the voters for their support,” says Board President Jennifer Williams. “We truly believe that our schools are the heart of our city, and we appreciate the community’s trust as we continue our very best to support the students, families, and staff that make up AUSD.”
The new measure goes into effect on July 1, 2025.  Seniors who are already exempt from Measures B1 and A will automatically be exempted from Measure E.