BRADENTON, Fla. — Gilt-edged Raleigh, N.C., decided Monday that more than a dozen major road and smaller transportation projects would be funded if voters approve a $75 million general obligation referendum in October.

Raleigh, the state capital and Wake County seat, will hold its election on the same Oct. 8 ballot when the county is expected to schedule an $810 million school bond referendum.

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