SAN FRANCISCO - Voters around California approved more than $2 billion of local general obligation bonds Tuesday, while in San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders won a mandate to continue his financial reform efforts.

Of 36 local bond measures on the ballot around the state, 28 appeared to be successful in preliminary returns posted by county elections offices.

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