DALLAS – Oklahoma voters on Tuesday rejected more new school debt than they approved, but found favor with Norman’s $42.6 million general obligation bond referendum.

Sixteen public school bond proposals totaling $34 million attained the 60% approval level needed to pass school debt in Oklahoma, while eight debt requests totaling more than $60 million were turned down.

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