Hudson voters passed both their issues on Tuesday night.
The Permanent Improvement Fund levy renewal passed with 65.65 percent of the vote.
Board of Education President David Zuro thanked Hudson residents "for everything that you do for our schools."
Superintendent Steven Farnsworth said that once again, Hudson voters have supported the schools.
"This will enable us to protect a significant investment in school facilities." It would also, he said, "provide the funding necessary to allow the district to stay current with education technology in the classroom and throughout the operations of the school district."
Farnsworth thanked the levy committee, "who have worked tirelessly" to ensure that voters knew the importance of the levy and had the information necessary to cast their ballots.
Hudson voters approved Issue 19 as well. The issue passed with 61 percent of the vote.
Issue 19 will amend Hudson's charter to require mayoral and council candidates to file their petitions 90 days in advance of an election, rather than the current requirement of 75 days.
The rest of county communities already have the 90-day requirement.
The League of Women Voters requested that this amendment be placed on the ballot and Jody Roberts, communications manager for the city, says that neither the mayor or city council have taken a position in the matter.
A Hudson resident and Summit County Board of Elections employee says that this will streamline administration of elections in the county and allow for earlier distribution of voter educational materials.