BRADENTON, Fla. - Voters in the Southeast on Tuesday will be asked to approve more than $3.5 billion of bonds for a variety of public projects, including public safety, transportation, utilities, and schools.

In the region's largest single question at the ballot box, voters in East Baton Rouge Parish, La., will be asked to approve $989.2 million of bonds to finance delayed infrastructure and economic development projects. Voters in various cities and counties across North Carolina will weigh in on referendums that total more than $1 billion of bonding authority.

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