By Susan Winlow
Nolan Sullivan, Vacaville School District governing board member and co-chairman of the political action committee for Measure A, was beginning to breath a sigh of relief at about 11:30 p.m. on election night.
That’s when his anxiety began to ebb, he said.
By midnight, with all precincts reporting, Measure A was a done deal based on unofficial election results. The $194 million bond put on the ballot by the Vacaville School District board passed with 61 percent of the vote, more than the 55 percent needed.
“I’m feeling pretty good,” Sullivan said, with more than half the precincts reporting at about 11:30 p.m. “I don’t think things are going to change but crazier things have happened.”