Dallas voters approve $1 billion bond

Voters passed all of the Dallas bond propositions. There were 10 issues from parks and potholes to libraries, flood control and the arts. They totaled more than $1 billion.

With 100 percent of Dallas' 419 precincts reporting, all bond proposals passed.

The largest proposition will designate more than half a billion dollars for street repairs. The other bond proposals will send money to the Parks and Recreation Department, economic development, Fair Park, helping the homeless and others.

Below is the breakdown of all propositions:

Proposition A: $533,981,000 for streets
Proposition B: $261,807,000 for parks and recreation facilities
Proposition C: $50,000,000 for Fair Park
Proposition D: $48,750,000 for flood protection, storm drain facilities, and erosion control
Proposition E: $15,589,000 for libraries
Proposition F: $14,235,000 for cultural and performing arts facilities
Proposition G: $32,081,000 for police and fire facilities
Proposition H: $18,157,000 for City Hall and other city facilities
Proposition I: $55,400,000 for economic development and housing
Proposition J: $20,000,000 for homeless assistance facilities

Voters also approved the Fort Worth ISD $750 million bond. The money is going toward upgrading many older Fort Worth ISD campuses, with a focus on high schools.

The bond issue passed by a nearly 4 to 1 margin.

For full election results, click here.