Dozens of school districts around the state had referenda up before voters on Tuesday. Among those that passed: a 78 million bond referendum in Moorhead. Voters overwhelmingly approved of the plan to build a new elementary school plus another school addition in the district. A high school renovation project in East Grand Forks also squeezed by. By contrast, voters in the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale District voted down a per-pupil increase that would have also raised local property taxes. District 622’s student spending is the lowest among Twin Cities area schools.