CHICAGO -- Two candidates for governor of Ohio have proposed massive bond-funded programs to renovate schools in the state.

Gov. George Voinovich, a Republican, is formulating a 10-year, $1 billion general obligation bond plan, while his Democratic opponent in the Nov. 8 election, state Sen. Robert Burch Jr., is pushing a plan to issue-up to $10 billion of GO bonds. Either plan would require voter approval.

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