Nearly $23 billion worth of bonds are on ballots across the nation in Tuesday’s election. More than 300 issues will be voted up or down, with school districts very well represented.

More than half of the total, $11.7 billion, is on Texas ballots, with Austin ISD having the largest request: a $1.051 billion referenda. Dallas has nine propositions totaling $1.052 billion. Other big votes in Texas include an $898 million Spring Branch ISD bond, $750 million for Fort Worth ISD, and $609 million in Katy ISD.

Outside of the Lone Star state, the largest totals are Mecklenburg County’s $992 million, and a $937 million package of seven proposals in Denver.

Voters have traditionally approved the lion’s share of bond elections, meaning Tuesday could fuel 2018 issuance.

SEGAL: Nearly $23 billion worth of bonds are on ballots across the nation in Tuesday’s election. More than 300 issues will be voted up or down, with school districts very well represented. More than half the total, $11.7 billion, is on Texas ballots, with Austin ISD having the largest request: a $1.051 billion referenda. Dallas has nine propositions totalling $1.052 billion. Other big votes in Texas include an $898 million Spring Branch ISD bond, $750 million for Fort Worth ISD, and $609 million in Katy ISD. Outside the Lone Star state, the largest totals are Mecklenburg County’s $992 million, and a $937 million package of seven proposals in Denver. Voters have traditionally approved the lion’s share of bond elections, meaning Tuesday could fuel 2018 issuance. I’m Gary Segal and this has been BB Muni Minute.