CHICAGO - Weighing in on more than just their presidential primary picks on Super Tuesday, voters in California cast mostly favorable votes on more than $2.5 billion worth of school bonding requests while voting on ballot measures elsewhere in the country produced a mixed bag of results.

California voters faced a hefty slate of bond questions and endorsed most of the largest measures with the 55% supermajority vote required for passage during district-wide elections.

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