OMAK — The initial tally of school elections in Okanogan County show levies are passing, but two bonds failing.

As of the end of counting Tuesday night, seven levy requests requiring simple majorities in seven districts are passing, initial results showed.

The failing bond issue requests need a super-majority of 60 percent "yes" vote to pass.

Election officials counted 4,618 ballots county-wide, with an estimated 1,356 more turned in, but not yet counted. The next count, for those ballots and additional ones that may come in the mail, will be Friday, the Okanogan County Auditor’s Office said.

The election will be certified Feb. 25.

By district, election night vote counts included:

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