Voting yes for kids on the mail-in ballot regarding the upcoming bond and levies is one of the most important ways you can support the ongoing high-quality education in Bozeman Schools. Funds donated to Lincolns for Levies will help us reach out and educate and inform voters on this important issue.

Bozeman is a growing, vibrant community with a rapidly growing population. By supporting the bond issue to build a new high school and perform much needed repairs to our current high school, we can have two excellent schools filled with many opportunities that meet the needs of our students.

Additionally, we ask you to support the general fund levies on the ballot that bridge the gap between what is provided by the state legislature and what is required to support our growing population.


Show your support for this campaign by endorsing it and sharing why!

  • Hailey and Joey endorsed

    “We endorse Lincolns for Levies because we are both teachers in the community, so see first hand that more quality facilities are needed for our current and future students!”

  • Wendy Tage endorsed

    “I support Lincolns for Levies advocating for the Bozeman School District levies and bonds because its important to this community to maintain high educational standards for all our students. That includes facilities that meet the needs of all students learning in a 21st century environment!”

  • Heather Watson endorsed

    ““Society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” Though school funding directly effects our young children now, I know that a quality school program will provide Bozeman and the valley a high quality of life years after my children attend.”

May 3, 2017

THANK YOU Bozeman!

Thank you so much for your financial support of L4L, we did it!  Future generations of Bozeman high schoolers thank you for your advocacy for this important project.

April 12, 2017

Update and Thank you!

Thank you again for your online donation to Lincolns for Levies!  Combined with our offline donations, we smashed our original $10,000 goal and are close to reaching $20,000 to get the word out! 

This money has helped create print and digital advertising, educational information and mailings and more to spread the word on the importance of the upcoming bond and levies!  It has also helped us fund additional printing of yard signs.  If you have not gotten one and would like one, they are available for pick up at Play It Again Sports at 1428 N 15th Ave.  


We are about $500 short of reaching the $20,000 mark, can you take a moment to share our campaign with a friend or fellow supporter?  Ballots get mailed this week and we are in crunch time to push out our message on the importance of voting YES for our kids!  

https://www.crowdpac.com/campa...

or 

http://www.lincolnsforlevies.org

and make sure you've emailed lincolnsforlevies@gmail.com to be included in our endorsement list! 

February 28, 2017

Yard Signs!

Thank you to everyone who has donated to L4L already. The first batch of yard signs will be going out next week. Please make sure to email us at lincolnsforlevies@gmail.com if you are interested in having one for your yard!

February 27, 2017

Campaign created!

Show your support for this campaign by endorsing it and sharing why!

  • Hailey and Joey endorsed

    “We endorse Lincolns for Levies because we are both teachers in the community, so see first hand that more quality facilities are needed for our current and future students!”

  • Jennie Card endorsed

  • Jim Ness endorsed

  • Susan MacGrath endorsed

  • Emily Mason endorsed

  • Wendy Tage endorsed

    “I support Lincolns for Levies advocating for the Bozeman School District levies and bonds because its important to this community to maintain high educational standards for all our students. That includes facilities that meet the needs of all students learning in a 21st century environment!”

  • Heather Watson endorsed

    ““Society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” Though school funding directly effects our young children now, I know that a quality school program will provide Bozeman and the valley a high quality of life years after my children attend.”