N.J. Voters Approve 'Securing Our Children's Future Bond Act'

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New Jersey voters took to the polls to vote on New Jersey's only state ballot question on Tuesday, November 6th.

The question asked voters whether they approve or disapprove of the Securing Our Children's Future Bond Act, which would allow the state to issue $500 million in bond grants.

South Jersey Election 2018 Results and Updates 

Voters decided to issue the bonds, which will be used to provide grants to county vocational school districts and school security projects, while also supporting community college programs and upgrading water infrastructure in school districts across the state.

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