FACTBOX-Results of major U.S. bond, fiscal measures in Tuesday's election

Nov 7 (Reuters) - Voters on Tuesday not only gave Democrats control of the U.S. House of

Representatives , but they also decided the fate of scores of bond

issues for schools, roads, parks, sewers and other projects as well as measures to rein in taxation and expand Medicaid. There were 690 bond referendums on ballots in 38 states totaling $76.5 billion, the biggest amount for a November general election since 2006, according to data from Ipreo by IHS Markit. To view an interactive graphic showing historical amount of bond ballot measures, click (https://tmsnrt.rs/2PyxK9p) The following are voting results as of Wednesday for bond issues totaling $250 million or more and for state-wide, fiscally related referendums and proposed constitutional amendments. (P=Pass, F=Fail):

ISSUER/BALLOT MEASURE AMOUNT OF BONDS

ARIZONA P-State-wide measure to prohibit new or increased taxes on services

F-Pima County $430 mln for roads and highways Mesa School District $300 mln for upgrades and renovations

CALIFORNIA F-State-wide referendum to repeal a 2017 increase in fuel and vehicle taxes and require voter approval for future increases

F-State of California $8.87 bln for water projects P-State of California $4 bln for housing and veterans' loans P-San Diego Unified School District $3.5 bln for school improvements P-State of California $2 bln for homeless housing P-State of California $1.5 bln for children's hospitals P-Peralta Community College District $800 mln for facilities and technology Mt. San Antonio College $750 mln for upgrades Santa Clara Unified School District $720 mln for reconstruction Chaffey Community College District $700 mln for upgrades West Valley-Mission Community College $698 mln for facilities and technology P-San Jose $650 mln for infrastructure P-San Francisco $525 mln for Embarcadero seawall

improvements

P-Santa Monica-Malibu School District $485 mln for improvements P-San Bernardino Community College $470 mln for upgrades Palo Alto Unified School District $460 mln for construction F-San Jose $450 mln for housing Sweetwater Union High School District $403 mln for repairs and upgrades Milpitas Unified School District $384 mln for technology and equipment Hayward Unified School District $381.7 mln for construction P-Antelope Valley Healthcare District $350 mln for improvements Fremont Union High School District $275 mln for construction Carlsbad Unified School District $265 mln for renovations P-ABC Unified School District $258 mln for improvements and repairs

COLORADO F-State-wide measure to create a graduated individual income tax and raise the corporate tax rate to fund education F-State-wide measure to increase the sales tax to 3.52 percent for 20

years to back transportation bonds $6 bln for transportation F-State of Colorado $3.5 bln for roads and bridges F-Jefferson County School District $567 mln for capital improvements P-Littleton County School District $298 mln for construction

FLORIDA P-Constitutional amendment requiring two-thirds legislative vote to raise taxes

GEORGIA

P-Gwinnett County School District $350 mln for construction

IDAHO P-State-wide referendum on expanding Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act

INDIANA P-Constitutional amendment requiring the legislature to adopt balanced budgets unless suspended by two-thirds vote in House and Senate

MARYLAND P-State-wide referendum increasing the amount of gambling revenue dedicated to public education each year

P-Baltimore County $335.5 mln for school improvements

MICHIGAN P-State-wide referendum to legalize and tax recreational marijuana with revenue allocated to schools, local governments and transportation

MONTANA State-wide referendum to raise taxes on tobacco products with the money allocated to Medicaid.

NEBRASKA P-State-wide referendum on expanding Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act

NEW HAMPSHIRE P-State-wide referendum allowing taxpayers to sue over alleged illegal government spending

NEW JERSEY

P-State of New Jersey $500 mln for vocational school projects

NORTH CAROLINA P-Constitutional amendment lowering the maximum income tax rate to 7 percent from 10 percent

P-Wake County Public Schools $548 mln for construction Wake Technical Community College $349 mln for expansion and renovation

OKLAHOMA F-Constitutional amendment creating the Oklahoma Vision Fund with revenue from the state's gross production tax on oil and gas

OREGON P-Constitutional amendment allowing local governments to issue voter-approved bonds to finance affordable housing F-State-wide referendum banning sales taxes on groceries F-Constitutional amendment requiring a three-fifths legislative vote for revenue increases through fee hikes or changes in tax exemptions, credits and deductions

P-Portland Metro Council $652.8 mln for affordable housing P-Eugene School District $319.3 mln for repairs and improvements

RHODE ISLAND P-State of Rhode Island $250 mln for school buildings

SOUTH CAROLINA P-Richland County School District $380.7 mln for security and academic improvements

TEXAS P-Fort Bend Independent School District $992.6 mln for school construction

P-Tarrant County $800 mln for county hospital P-Frisco Independent School District $695 million for maintenance and

renovations

P-Collin County $600 mln for highway construction

P-Round Rock Independent School District $508.435 mln for construction

P-Alvin Independent School District $480.5 mln for land and construction P-Carrollton-Farmers Branch Schools $350.9 mln for improvements P-Pflugerville School District $332 mln for construction P-Birdville School District $252.8 mln for additions, renovations P-Austin $250 mln for affordable housing

UTAH P-State-wide referendum to expand Medicaid coverage

WASHINGTON P-State-wide referendum to prohibit local governments from taxing groceries

P-Spokane School District $495 mln for construction Bethel School District $443 mln for construction

Source: Ipreo by IHS Markit, National Conference of State Legislatures, state election and issuer websites, local news reports

(Reporting by Karen Pierog in Chicago Editing by Matthew Lewis)