Three Long Island school districts held revotes Tuesday in a final effort to pass budgets and avoid tax freezes -- the lowest number of revotes since the state's tax-cap law reshaped the system in 2012.
Polls closed at 9 p.m. in the Sayville and West Babylon districts Bridgehampton's polls closed at 8 p.m.
Here are the results:
BRIDGEHAMPTON: Residents voted on a $12.3 million spending plan that would raise spending 9.93 percent and taxes 8.76 percent. Bridgehampton's budget requires 60 percent approval.
Yes: 240 votes
No: 145 votes
Percent: 62.3 percent; budget passed
SAYVILLE: Residents voted on a $90 million plan that would nudge spending upward 0.66 percent and taxes 1.22 percent. Sayville's budget requires 50 percent approval.
Yes: 2,518 votes
Percent: 75.9 percent; budget passed
WEST BABYLON: Residents voted on a budget that would raise spending 0.63 percent and taxes 1.36 percent. West Babylon's budget requires 50 percent approval.
Yes: 1,432 votes
No: 542 votes
Percent: 72.5 percent; budget passed