MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Operating levies and bonding requests were ballot options Tuesday for voters in school districts across the state — including Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth.

The bonds were focused on infrastructure, and operating levies are funds allocated for classroom needs, including teacher pay.

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Operating levy requests stretched across 35 districts, including St. Paul and Minneapolis.

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Minneapolis asked for a $490 increase through a referendum, and St. Paul sought a $475 increase. Both of those were approved.

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In Duluth, a ballot question asking whether to extend that school district’s existing property tax referendum in the amount of $372 per pupil was approved, along with a proposal to increase its general education revenue by $575 per pupil.