Largest California school bond proposals, November 2018

Nov. 13, 2018
School and community college districts sought more than $15 billion in bond funds in the Nov. 6 election.

More than 100 school and community college districts in California seeking funding for facility upgrades and other improvements had bond requests on the Nov. 6 ballot. 

In total, education institutions were seeking authorization to borrow more than $15 billion to carry out construction and renovation projects and other campus improvements.

The largest bond request on the November ballot was a $3.5 billion measure that voters in the San Diego Unified district approved.

Five of the 10 largest bond requests were from community college systems. The largest of those, $800 million, was approved by voters in the Peralta Community College District, based in Oakland.

Here are the 10 largest California bond proposals approved by voters.

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