BRADENTON, Fla. – Voters in Wake County, N.C., will go to the polls on Oct. 8 to decide if they will tax themselves to support $810 million of general obligation bonds to meet the needs of their fast-growing school district.

County commissioners voted Monday to set the referendum date after holding a public hearing. In North Carolina, counties issue debt for schools.

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