Immediately after Indiana voters went to the polls in May, CEEP project associate Stephen Hiller updated the center’s online database to include the most recent decisions about local school general fund and construction issues. The May election saw 10 school referenda on local ballots in Indiana communities—two construction referenda and eight General Fund referenda. Both construction referenda passed while six of the eight General Fund referenda passed. Altogether, the eight approved referenda were passed by an average margin of 42.9 percentage points. The two failed referenda were defeated by an average margin of 9.7 points. These results are better than the state’s overall average passage rates. Since 2008, 55.1% of all 138 referenda have passed, including 59.7% of General Fund referenda and 48.3% of construction referenda. Starting in 2010, referenda were required to be held during the May or November elections. Of the 112 to occur since then, two-thirds have occurred in May with 68.9% of those passing. Of the 38 November referenda since 2010, only 39.5% have passed.