SAN FRANCISCO - Voters in the Far West face more than $45 billion in bond measures Tuesday, led by California, where more than $40 billion of debt is on the ballot.

In addition to three state measures, topped by a $10 billion authorization to finance a high-speed passenger train system, voters around the state will see at least 103 local bond measures totalling more than $24.8 billion, including a $7 billion authorization from the Los Angeles Unified School District. Tens of billions more are at stake in local tax measures that would back debt for infrastructure.

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