On Tuesday, voters living within the boundaries of the Los Angeles Unified School District will decide whether to pass Measure EE, a property tax to benefit Los Angeles public schools. The campaign came together quickly — with supporters hoping to build on the goodwill generated by teachers during their six-day strike in January.
The revenue also would help the district keep commitments made at that time to hire more teachers, nurses, counselors and librarians.
Low turnout is anticipated given that the tax measure will be the only item on the ballot for most district residents.
The rapid-turnaround campaign, with competing messages from supporters and opponents, and details of the measure have led to confusion about what the proposal would do.
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