LOS ANGELES — As in previous presidential election years, scores of California school districts and local governments have placed bond measures on the ballot hoping for the enhanced success rate typical of presidential elections.

On this year's crowded Nov. 6 ballot, voters will decide 237 local revenue measures seeking approval for taxes, bonds or fees, including 106 school general obligation bond measures and seven local government GO bond measures seeking a total of $14.97 billion from voters, according to data compiled by California League of Cities fiscal policy advisor Michael Coleman for his CaliforniaCityFinance.com website.

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