Pierce County voters are still narrowly rejecting Pierce Transit's proposed sales tax increase by a narrow margin.
The gap has remained small since Tuesday's election.
The latest count from the Pierce County Auditor's Office Thursday shows 78,963 of ballots cast against Proposition 1, or a little more than 50 percent, while 78,055 approved.
That's a 908-vote difference.
To make up for lost revenue, the Lakewood agency is proposing a sales tax increase of three-tenths of one percent (0.3%) sales tax, or 3 cents on every $10 purchase, to maintain local bus service.
The Auditor's Office has 74,900 ballots left to count.
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