DALLAS – More than $6.7 billion in bond requests from the state, cities, school districts, and local districts will be on Texas ballots in the Nov. 5 off-year election.

The debt election roundup compiled and posted online for the first time by the Texas comptroller’s office includes details on a state constitutional amendment that would establish a $2 billion statewide revolving water loan program, $3 billion of requests from 40 local school districts, and another $1.7 billion from cities, counties, and community college districts.

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