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Get answers to all your questions about the CHISD 2023 bond with our comprehensive FAQ guide.


Can property renters vote in the school bond elections?

Yes, as long as they meet the basic requirement for voting in any elections. Must be:

  • At least 18 years of age

  • Resident of Chapel Hill

  • Registered to vote

  • U.S. Citizen


Can Chapel Hill voters vote if they don't have children in the district?

Yes, registered voters are still eligible to vote in school bond elections even if they don't have children attending schools in the district. School bonds can have a significant impact on the community as a whole.

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Can renters vote if their landlord is the one responsible for paying property taxes?

Yes, renters are still eligible to vote in school bond elections even if their landlord is responsible for paying property taxes. As long as the renter meets the basic requirement for voting.

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What's the focus of the CHISD 2023 Bond?

The proposed bond projects include new school facilities,  safety and security improvements and upgrades. Bond funds will be used to improve the 21st century learning environments for CHISD students and staff.

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