San Diego Unified School District voters appear to have approved the $2.8 billion bond vote, with yes votes at 60%, with about 93% of the vote counted.

Houston Independent School District voters appear to have overwhelmingly approved a $1.9 billion bond issue, according to reports. Houston Community College voters gave consent for $425 million in bonds. And city voters approved $410 million of bonds in five propositions.

Arkansas voters approved a sales tax hike to pay for $1.3 billion of road bonds.

In preliminary results, Miami-Dade County school voters seemingly approved $1.2 billion of bonds.

With about a third of the vote counted, Chaffey Joint Union HSD's $848 million bond referendum was garnering 60% of the vote, and seemed headed for approval.

In  Connecticut, Metropolitan Water District voters consented to an $800 million issue.

Alabama voters approve Amendment 2, which allows the state to sell refunding bonds that do not contribute toward the $750 million cap.

New Jersey voters approve $750 million in bonds for higher education institution capital improvements.

A $698 million bond measure for Coast Community College District in California tallied 55.9% "yes" votes.

Dallas voters approved a $642 million bond package that will fund flood control, street improvements and economic development.

Miracosta Community College District voters were failing to approve $497 million in bonds. With 85% of the votes counted, the measure was short of the 55% approval needed, garnering 53.6% of the vote.

Voters in Portland, Ore., Public School District 1J rejected a $482 million bond sale.

Oakland USD, Calif., voters approved a $475 million bond deal.

Denver School District 1 voters approved a $466 million bond referendum.

El Paso voters approved $473.25 million of bonds for library, park and museum improvements and, at some point, to build a multipurpose arena.

Alaska voters approved the $453,499,200 bond plan for transportation.

With 83% of precincts reporting, Richland County, S.C., Question 2, a $450 million bond referendum has 53% of voters’ support.

Voters in the San Dieguito Union School District seem to have narrowly missed the 55% approval needed for $49 million in bonds, with all precincts reported, the issue had 54.47% approval.

Sacramento City USD voters appeared to approve two bond issues totaling $404 million. Grossmont-Cuyamaca CCD, Calif. Voters approved a $398 million bond plan. Santa Monica-Malibu USD Measure ES was on its way to approval, with 92% of precincts reporting the $385 million bond plan had 68% approval. West Contra Costa USD voters approved $360 million of bonds. Cerritos CCD, El Camino CCD and San Juan USD voters each approved $350 million of bonds. Voters in Solano County appeared to approve $348 million of bonds for the community college district.

Austin, Texas, voters appeared to approve six of seven bond issues in a $384.948 million bond package, rejecting only the $78.3 million for affordable housing.

Oklahoma voters approved a plan for $300 million of bonds for the state water reserve board.

Seattle voters agreed to borrow $290 million to repair a seawall.

San Jose USD voters approved $290 million of bonds. San Ramon Valley USD voters appeared to have approved $260 million of bonds, as unofficial results indicate the plan received 55.19% approval, just over the 55% needed for passage.

Baltimore County voters approved $255.428 million of bonds in nine proposals.

Prince George’s County, Md., voters approved five ballot issues for a total of $626.757 million in bonding.

Voters in Texas’ Northwest ISD appear to have approved $255 million of bond issuance.

San Bernardino City USD votes seem to have approved $250 million of bond issuance.

In Mesa, Ariz., voters approved $230 million of bonds for USD #4 and $70 million for the city.

In California’s Palmdale SD, voters approved the $220 million bond issue.

Rhode Island voters approved a total of $201 million of bonds divided in six issues.

Wake County voters approve a $200 million bond authorization for improvements to Wake Technical Community College.

With about 60% of the vote counted, Morgan Hill USD, Calif.’s $198.3 million bonds had 63% approval. Rancho Santiago CCD voters approved $198 million of bonds.

In South Carolina, voters in the Berkeley County USD approved $198 million of bonds and Dorchester Co. SD 10 okayed $179.91 million in the Yes 4 School program.

In Dayton, Ohio, a $187 million library bond referendum was approved.

In Texas, Hidalgo County Drainage District #1 voters approved $184 million. Southwest ISD voters approved $165 million. Midland ISD voters agreed to $163 million of bonds

Peoria USD 11, Ariz., voters approved $180 million of bonds.

Temecula Valley USD, Calif., voters approved $165 million in issuance.

Subscribe Now

Independent and authoritative analysis and perspective for the bond buying industry.

14-Day Free Trial

No credit card required. Complete access to articles, breaking news and industry data.