The Racine Unified School District will ask voters on the April ballot to approve $83.5 million of general obligation borrowing.

The southern Wisconsin district would use the proceeds to finance land acquisition; construction and equipping of new schools to replace several existing elementary schools; and improvements to other existing schools.

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