ALAMEDA, Calif. — Voters in California’s statewide primary election on Tuesday will consider more than $1.8 billion of local general obligation bond measures — a relatively small amount by recent standards — with most of the political heat being generated by the race for governor.

There are 22 local bond measures around the state, according to data compiled by Ipreo and Michael Coleman, an expert on California government finance.

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