DALLAS - Voters in Oklahoma braved high winds and plunging temperatures to approve $353.9 million of school district and municipal bonds at special elections on Tuesday.

Ten school districts saw their proposals defeated, as voters rejected a total of $43.7 million of school bonds. School bonds in Oklahoma must win approval of 60% plus one of those casting ballots in elections.

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