The result of a special election that would have allowed the city of Bismarck to finance other capital projects with excess revenues from taxes dedicated to debt service on a $17 million certificates of participation issue has been called into question.

The secretary of state's office determined last week that the city did not comply with a state law requiring that notice of a special election be published 60 days before it is to take place.

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