Oregon voters approved $338 million of general obligation bonds in local elections across the state Tuesday. They rejected just $36 million.

The biggest successful referendum was a $110 million measure for the Redmond School District in Deschutes County. The district is in central Oregon, just north of Bend. The measure passed 60% to 40%. The bonds will fund the construction of an $80 million high school for 1,400 students, a $20 million elementary school for 600 students, and $10 million of repairs and upgrades.

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