According to the Jamestown Post-Journal, there were three school districts in Chautauqua County where voters voted down the proposed school budget.
In Clymer, where the $11.56 million budget included a 13 percent tax hike, the unofficial vote was 238 in favor to 237 opposed. A supermajority of 60 percent was needed.
Voters in Ripley and Westfield also voted down proposed budgets Tuesday.
All other school districts in the county saw their budgets approved by voters.