DALLAS — Voters in the Tulsa County Independent School District No. 1 approved a $354 million general obligation bond package on Tuesday, the largest bond package ever sought by the district or any other school district in Oklahoma.

More than 25,500 Tulsans went to the polls and approved the four-part package by a 72% margin. School bonds in Oklahoma must receive the support of 60% of voters to pass.

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