DALLAS — Voters in the Southwest could give the municipal bond market a $10 billion boost or a big brush-off Tuesday.

Coming a week after Colorado voters rejected a $3 billion injection of tax revenue into struggling school districts, voters in Texas, Arkansas, and Arizona will deliver their verdict on public finance of schools, college scholarships, water projects, roads, and a variety of local issues.

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