WASHINGTON -- Virginia officials are launching a major campaign to get voters on Nov.3 to approve $613 million of general obligation bonds for projects in education, mental health, and parks.

In three bond-related ballot questions, Virginia voters will decide whether the state should issue about $450 million of bonds for education projects, roughly $95 million for parks and recreation projects, and about $45 million for mental health facilities.

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