DALLAS – School districts in Texas are seeking more than $2 billion of general obligation bond authority from voters at the May 11 municipal elections.

At least 13 of the state’s more than 1,000 school districts are asking voters to approve bond referendums, said Joe Smith of TexasISD.com, who said that number will grow when all the districts report after the March 1 deadline to put bond elections onto the May ballot.

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