I posted this up on Twitter earlier but wanted to put it here on the blog for posterity. If you don’t know already, the transit tax passed in yesterday’s election and the graphic above shows the precincts that voted for and against it. You can clearly see that areas receiving expanded bus service were pro-tax versus areas that were not.
Maybe a little lack of support along the western edge of 540. I wonder if the presence of tolls in that area played a role in voters’ decisions?
At the same time, most of the outlying precincts in Wake were not horribly against the transit tax, only opposing by smaller margins. (some exceptions exist though)
- RalCon Supports The Wake Transit Referendum | July 18, 2022
- Save The Date, November 8, 2016, For A Vote On Transit in Wake | November 10, 2021
- Capital Area Friends of Transit | January 5, 2013