CHICAGO — Midwestern voters head to the polls tomorrow to cast decisions on elected offices, new casinos, and more than 125 ballot questions that would authorize more than $3.3 billion worth of borrowing, led by Detroit Public Schools' $500 million request and $750 million for a new public hospital in Indiana.

Ohio leads the Midwest with at least 47 bond referendums totaling $1.1 billion, followed by Michigan with 19 ballot items worth $825 million, Indiana with two for $800 million, Minnesota with nine worth $206 million, Missouri with 40 questions totaling $302 million, and eight in Wisconsin for $94 million.

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