Tuesday was a massively busy day in local governance. Across the state, more than 89 cities went to the polls, and hundreds of races were decided. Among those were a bevy of local government revenue, spending, and pension initiatives.

According to an analysis by the League of Cities and its financial policy advisor, Michael Coleman, this election saw an increase in the percentage of successful revenues measures. Specifically, Tuesday’s average of 82 percent approval was nearly 50 percent higher than the previous decade’s average of 65 percent.

According to the analysis, Tuesday’s election decided 90 ballot measures and  53 had tax implications – either raising, revising, increasing, or expanding local taxes, fees, or bonds.

You can read the full, preliminary analysis courtesy of the League of Cities here.