DALLAS - Voters across Oklahoma turned down more bonds than they approved at local elections on Tuesday, rejecting $207 million in proposals while endorsing $126 million of school and other municipal debt.

Failed ballots included $68.5 million of school bonds and $138.5 million of city and county bonds. Successful outcomes included passage of $33.6 million of school bonds and $92.7 million of city and county debt.

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