Bond proposals and tax overrides in a high-turnout election like the Nov. 6 presidential election have a higher chance of passage than those in the typical low-turnout special election according to a political science expert at Denver’s Metropolitan State University.

Over the past 30 years, 78% of the bond issues and mill levy override questions posed to voters were approved and most were during presidential elections, professor Norman Provizer told Denver TV station KUSA.

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