ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Voters head to the polls Tuesday in Albuquerque and they'll decide on much more than who will be the next mayor.
Also on the ballot are 10 general obligation bonds.
Those include $11.5 million for public safety for things like replacing or improving fire facilities.
Also on the ballot are Parks and Recreation bonds for improvements to Balloon Fiesta Park, public transportation bonds to upgrade Park and Ride and storm sewer system bonds.
Plus, people will vote on more than $5 million dollars for work at the Albuquerque BioPark, Albuquerque Museum and Kimo Theatre.
G.O. bonds are repaid through property taxes.
Voters will also decide on the city's next mayor.
Current Mayor R.J. Berry is running against fellow republican Paul Heh and democrat Pete Dinelli.
Berry needs at least 50 percent of the vote to avoid a runoff.
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