So how do bonds and overrides come to be?

So how do bonds and overrides come to be?

School boards or college governing boards call for an election and a local stakeholder committee is formed. Often these groups are called political action committees (PACs), but they can also be just a group of volunteers who come together to support the election. Schools and colleges can provide limited factual information about the bond or override and are not allowed to influence the outcome of the election. The stakeholder committee gets the word out and builds support for the election.