In addition to candidate selections, a number of other tax issues were decided by voters Tuesday.
Voters in the Fremont School District rejected a two-year, $2.4 million supplemental levy. Fifty-three percent of those voting opposed the proposal.
Idaho Falls School District 91 won approval from 67 percent of voters for a 10-year, $2.4 million-per-year special plant facility levy.
Two school issues went to voters in Power County. By a vote of 53 to 4, voters approved a $30,000 per year supplemental levy. And Rockland School District voters approved a two year, $210,000 per year supplemental levy by a vote of 111 in favor to 22 against.
The Salmon School District brought a two-year, $350,000 per year supplemental levy to voters. It was approved on a final vote of 1,000 to 516.
The Shelley-Firth Fire District did not win approval of a $1.7 million bond issue. With approval 1,378 in favor to 702 against, the bond to help the district construct a new fire station in Shelley and renovate the existing Firth fire station came up just short of the two-third votes needed to win.
Shelley School District 60 is won approval of a two-year, $400,000-a-year supplemental levy. Voters approved the measure by a vote of 805 to 581.
Voters in the South Fremont Fire Protection District turned down a move that would have allowed the district to make its tax levy permanent. Although it won a 59 percent majority of votes, it fell short of the two-thirds majority needed
The Sugar-Salem School District, which includes parts of Fremont and Madison counties, passed a $5.5 million bond issue to meet facility needs. The final vote was 636 to 228, a 74 percent majority.
By a 60 percent margin, Teton County voters have approved a million dollar a year supplemental levy aimed at improving roads and bridges. The final tally was 999 in favor to 660 against.