A new poll finds that the Salem-Keizer School District faces an uphill battle to get a school bond approved. Only 42% of voters would support a $528 million bond measure and only 43% would vote for a $303 million measure, according to a poll of 400 voters conducted by Grove Insight.

The school district, which includes the state capital of Salem, is considering putting a bond measure on the Nov. 4 ballot.

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