It appears that Pima County voters are not willing to spend more money on roads. Prop 463, which would allow the county to borrow $430 million for road bonds is failing, 56 percent to 43 percent.

Meanwhile, Tucson voters are supporting Prop 407, a $225 million bond package for parks, 54 percent to 45 percent.

Prop 408, which would move the city of Tucson’s elections to even years in line with presidential and midterms elections, is being rejected by 57 percent of the voters.

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