SEATTLE -- Voters in Seattle and Tacoma said "yes" to school funding measures in those cities.
Seattle put two levies on the ballot and both are passing with more than 70% of the vote. Seattle voters passed a $552 million operations levy to provide about a quarter of the district's budget and a $695 million capital levy for school construction and upgrades including Wi-Fi in every school.
Tacoma has a $500 million bond measure which had 70% approval. But the school bond measure in Puyallup is failing. The latest tallies show 54% approval. It needs 60% to pass.
There were special elections in 32 of Washington's 39 counties.
Full election results
The secretary of state's office says more than a million voters -- nearly a third of the state's voters -- were asked to decide 95 measures in 81 districts.
Most of the issues are school levies.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.