Voters in municipal and school district elections across Oklahoma last week authorized the issuance of more than $100 million of debt while rejecting $14 million of bond requests.

The largest single package gaining voter approval was a $29 million proposal by McClain County Independent School District No. 29 to build a new high school in Blanchard, and a $150,000 bond authorization for new buses.

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