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Largest bond packages approved in Texas, November 2020

Nov. 10, 2020
Voters in the Dallas and San Antonio school districts approved bond issues of more than $1 billion.

The presidential contest dominated the spotlight on Nov. 3, but also on the ballot across the nation were billions of dollars of bond proposals from many school districts.

In Texas, several districts postponed their planned bond elections because of the coronavirus, but there were still many school systems there seeking large amounts of funding for facility upgrades and other capital improvements.

Two Texas districts—Dallas and San Antonio—won approval of bond issues that surpassed $1 billlio

Here are the 10 Texas school districts that won approval of largest bond issues in November 2020:

Dallas                             $3.54 billion
San Antonio                  $1.3 billion
Lamar                             $666.8 million
Frenship                         $299.7 million
Wichita Falls                  $276.4 million
Allen                                $214.3 million
Corpus Christi               $136.2 million
Sinton                             $111.1 million
Gregory-Portland          $107.8 million
Willis                               $100.2 million    

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