Many Transportation Ballot Initiatives Win By Wide Margins

Watts, Jim
November 2014
Bond Buyer;11/6/2014, Vol. 1 Issue 34207, p1
Trade Publication
Transportation proposals were popular with voters during Tuesday's election, with few defeats amid several big-ticket initiatives that passed by wide margins in Texas, California, Maryland, and Wisconsin.


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