Brandywine referendum passes in landslide Saranac Hale Spencer, The News Journal
The Brandywine School District referendum passed by a wide margin on Tuesday night.
Over 9,500 residents voted for the referendum with 5,780 voting against it, according to unofficial results from the New Castle County Department of Elections.
Total voter turnout dwarfed the roughly 7,600 who cast ballots in the March referendum, which failed to pass by a slim margin.
“We have a very strong school district,” said Superintendent Mark Holodick on Tuesday night after the results came in.
I am glad to see the Brandywine community come out and support “their” children! However, the time has come to end the referendum process and fund all Delaware public schools like votechs via legislation.