LOS ANGELES - Seattle School District No. 1 officials plan to try another debt election in November, after voting totals indicated a close defeat for last week's $695 million general obligation bond measure.

Figures released Monday by King County election officials showed the Sept. 15 bond proposal with 59.01% voter support. It required 60% for passage.

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