LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Voters have approved the Lincoln Public Schools District's $153 million bond measure.
The results announced Tuesday for the all-mail election showed the measure was favored by voter ratio of about 2-to-1.
The money will be spent on building an elementary school and a middle school on the southeast side of the city. The money also will provide security and technology updates and renovations at other district buildings.
More than 163,000 ballots were sent out, and about 36 percent of voters used them for the election.