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Largest bond requests approved in Texas, November 2021

Nov. 26, 2021
Voters in the Fort Worth district narrowly approved a bond request of more than $1.2 billion.

Texas voters went to the polls earlier this month and approved spending billions of dollars for school construction and other capital improvements.

But many districts found that their patrons were less supportive of funding requests than they have in the past.

Overall, Texas voters approved school bond requests of more than $5.2 billion; however, about $3.5 billion in bond proposals were rejected.

The Fort Worth district won approval of $1.2 billion in bond funding, But voters there also rejected an additional $280 million in proposed projects.

The Leander district sought approval of about $772 million in bond proposals, but voters said no to proposals totaling about $739 million.

Here are the Texas school districts with the largest bond packages approved in November:

Fort Worth                          $1.2 billion

Alief                                       $522.4 million

Tomball                                $494.4 million

Rockwall                              $475.8 million

Waco                                     $355 million

Georgetown                      $349.9 million

New Braunfels                  $327.9 million

Elgin                                       $182.7 million

Navarro                                $130 million

Kilgore                                  $113 million

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