Voters in two districts rejected their proposed school budgets Tuesday.
Brighton's school budget got 55 percent of "yes" votes, but it needed 60 percent since the proposed $81 million budget exceeded the property tax cap.
In Brockport, voters rejected a $82.4 million budget by a count of 611 to 524.
District officials said the board of education can make modifications to the budget and present it to voters again, or adopt a contingency budget.
A Brockport proposal to buy school buses for $1.1 million or less did pass.