ATLANTA - Today, voters in Georgia will be considering items in addition to the presidential nominations, as they are presented with bond referendums and tax proposals for capital projects that will support the state's growing population.

The largest bond referendum is from Gwinnett County, which is located to the north of Atlanta. Voters there will decide if the county's Board of Education can issue $750 million of general obligation bonds. Residents of the city of Atlanta will consider renewing a one percent sales tax that has been used to help fund its water and sewer improvement program.

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