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Arliss Sturgulewski, right, talks about the education bond, Proposition C, during a news conference in Anchorage, as Education First co-chairs Carol Comeau, center, and Mark Hamilton listen. Proposition C, which will be on the November 2002 general election ballot, asks voter to approve a general obligation bond of $236.8 million for education. The money will be used to address a number of school construction and maintenance projects statewide.