DALLAS — Voters in Texas overwhelmingly approved the largest bond package on Tuesday’s ballot for a school system — two propositions totaling $294 million from the Round Rock Independent School District — with about 60% in favor of each proposition.

Round Rock officials initially mulled a referendum as high as $350 million but some worried that figure was too high and would be rejected.

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