Texas voters approved about 75% of the bond proposals on the Nov. 5 ballot, representing $3.92 billion of new money for cities, counties, schools and other special districts, results show.

Of the 92 bond proposals valued at $5.26 billion, 62 passed, representing a 75% pass rate, according to the political consulting firm Strategic Partnerships in Austin.

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