Trustees of the Robstown Independent School District near Corpus Christi, Texas, thought they were asking voters last month for $13.5 million of general obligation bonds at the November election, but the ballot will only seek a $12.5 million authorization.

Official documents submitted to the Nueces County election department contained the lower, incorrect figure, Superintendent Osvaldo Romero said. The county said it would cost $15,000 to replace the printed ballots.

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