A faltering economy and a growing November presidential ballot has Pima County rethinking plans to ask voters for $750 million of bonding authority this year, officials said.

Anticipating long lines at the polling places, county officials fear that voters will be too frustrated by the time they reach the end of the anticipated four-page ballot to give much thought to the local bond proposals. By law, bond issues go at the end of Arizona ballots.

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