Voters in various states in the Northeast on Nov. 4 will be asked to approve more than $1.69 billion of debt, including bonds for clean water, preservation of open space, school construction, and roads.

Massachusetts voters will consider a question to do away with the state's personal income tax, voters in Maryland will decide on a gambling initiative, and voters in New Jersey will weigh in on the state's reliance on appropriation-backed debt.

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