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Final Election Results

Official, certified results released on April 2, 2020:

Yes on Measure F: 719 votes (60.12%)

No on Measure F: 477 votes (39.88%)


Below are links to recent articles published in the Marin Independent Journal:

Ross voters approve Branson School expansion proposal, March 4, 2020

"Ross voters approved Measure F, the Branson School’s bid to expand student enrollment, on Tuesday. With 100% of precincts counted, 360 voters, or 56%, voted yes, and 286, or 44%, voted no. The measure needed a simple majority to pass. Ross voters passed a ballot measure in 1978 that imposed a 320-student enrollment cap on schools in the town. Measure F bumps the enrollment limit up to 420."

EDITORIAL: IJ recommends yes vote for Ross’ Measure F on Branson expansion, February 8, 2020

"Measure F is not a mandate. It clearly allows the school to begin the planning process, one that might even lead to reinforcing its current 320-student cap. We believe that Branson’s administration deserves that chance to submit its plans. We recommend a yes vote on Measure F."

Ross flooded with mailers in Branson ballot fight, February 8, 2020

"The Ross post office, already an unofficial town gathering spot, has become a paper battleground between two sides in the Branson School measure on the March 3 ballot."

Ross OKs Branson enrollment measure for March ballot, Marin Independent Journal, November 8, 2019

"We’re very pleased with how many supporters of Branson came here to speak on behalf of the school and to voice their support for our plans to grow and to secure our future in Ross for decades to come."

EDITORIAL: Branson on right track with Ross, Marin Independent Journal, August 11, 2019

The Branson School has established a legacy as a top-notch private school.  The prestigious Ross high school’s small size is among its assets. It is also one of its challenges

Branson School enrollment boost plan enters petition phase, Marin Independent Journal, August 4, 2019

For the first time in its almost 100-year history, Branson School is appealing to Ross residents to support its growth into another century 

Branson to seek Ross ballot measure, Marin Independent Journal, July 19, 2019

School needs voter approval to expand school enrollment