Some of the most contentious issues on a mostly quiet Election Day were the school district referendums on the ballot Nov. 5.

According to the Minnesota School Boards Association (MSBA), at least 43 school districts had an operating levy on the ballot. Another 35 school districts were asking for a building bond referendum, which pays for things like maintenance and technology.

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The largest bond referendum in state history - $326 million in White Bear Lake - was approved. A couple of other referendums of note, from our news partner MPR News:

  • Moorhead approved a $110 million bond for a new high school.
  • On the sixth try over seven years, Worthington narrowly approved building a new intermediate school and elementary school.
  • Rochester approved a $171 million bond for a new middle school and some other remodeling.

You can view all the referendum results below or click here:

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