SAN FRANCISCO -California voters will decide the fate of almost $2.3 billion in bond measures Tuesday.

There are at least 36 local general obligation bond measures appearing on ballots in Tuesday's statewide primary election, which is expected to draw fairly low turnout after state lawmakers stole its thunder by moving the high-profile presidential primary vote to February.

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