Ballots for the Lodi Education Association's tentative agreement were due at 5 p.m. Friday. Results should be made public on the teachers' union web site Monday.
Bargaining teams from both sides reached the two-year deal Aug. 19.
In summary, teachers have been asked to take a 4.75 percent pay cut plus an additional 7 1/2 unpaid furlough days this school year.
If ratified by a majority, there will also be no automatic salary increases next June.
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