FINAL county special election results

Shelby County citizens went to the polls Feb. 8 to vote in the special election to renew 30 mills in school taxes. The 30 mills in taxes were broken up into five smaller taxes.

Shelby County residents whose children attend Hoover, Birmingham, Leeds and Vestavia Hills schools had a different ballot to renew 16 mills in taxes.

The county must still count up provisional ballots.

Check out the results here.

One mill county school tax for those whose children are in county schools (75 of 76 voting machines counted):

Yes — 12,262 (64 percent)

No — 6,872 (36 percent)

Five mill county school tax for those whose children are in county schools (75 of 76 voting machines counted):

Yes — 12,100 (63 percent)

No — 6,994 (37 percent)

Ten mill county school tax for those whose children are in county schools (75 of 76 voting machines counted):

Yes — 11,980 (63 percent)

No — 7,051 (37 percent)

Three mill county school tax for those whose children are in county schools (75 of 76 voting machines counted):

Yes — 11,444 (65 percent)

No — 6,284 (35 percent)

Eleven mill county school tax for those whose children are in county schools (75 of 76 voting machines counted):

Yes — 11,296 (64 percent)

No — 6,412 (36 percent)