ALAMEDA, Calif. — California school districts will ask their voters for almost $4 billion of general obligation bond authority this November, a much smaller amount than was at stake in the last general ­election.

Fifty-four districts will ask for $3.92 billion of bond authority, according to a document published by the Coalition for Adequate School Housing, an organization that supports school construction financing efforts.

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