CHICAGO - Midwestern voters delivered a mixed bag of results for local governments and school districts that sought approval for more than $800 million worth of bonding or tax increases Tuesday, with voters in the Elgin Community College district outside Chicago approving the day's largest ballot measure for $178 million.

Voters in Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, and Wisconsin weighed in on various measures, with more than two dozen school districts in Wisconsin seeking approval for $200 million worth of borrowing and revenue proposals and voters in Illinois deciding more than $600 million in requests.

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