How did Fairfax City, Va., get voters to approve six questions worth $9.6 million in a 1993 bond referendum, when two out of four such referenda had failed in the previous 15 years?

The answer won the city a communications award this month from the Virginia Municipal League, a 65-year-old organization that does lobbying and other work for state and local governmental interests.

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