A majority of the electors in the proposed district, voting in the election, shall
determine the question of creation of the junior college district submitted in the
order, the election of the original trustees, and the questions of issuing bonds and
levying taxes. A majority of the electors voting in such election shall determine such questions
submitted in the order. In the case of a joint-county junior college district, or a union junior college
district, the election shall, by mutual agreement of the court or courts, be held
on the same day throughout the proposed district.
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