- Associated Press - Wednesday, August 27, 2014

KUNA, Idaho (AP) - A Kuna School District trustee in southwest Idaho who campaigned against a supplemental levy has survived a recall effort.

Voters on Tuesday rejected the recall of Michael Law 165 to 65.

In March, voters narrowly rejected a supplemental levy. District officials then on a 3-2 vote put the levy up to voters again on May 20.

Law voted against putting the levy to voters and distributed fliers opposing it, sparking the recall effort.

The two-year, $3.19 million-a-year levy passed on the second attempt in May, which Law also opposed.

Law has said the district isn’t spending its money as efficiently as possible.

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