BRADENTON, Fla. – Early ballots are being cast until Oct. 5 in Raleigh and Wake County, N.C., where voters are deciding if bonds should be issued for schools and roads.

The fast-growing school district has a $939.9 million capital improvement plan for fiscal 2014 to 2017, which would be supported with $129.95 million in cash and $810 million of general obligation bonds if voters approve. The election is Oct. 8.

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