WORTHINGTON, Minn. (AP) – Residents of the Minnesota town of Worthington will decide whether to approve nearly $34 million in new borrowing to expand schools that have filled to overflowing in recent years due to an influx of immigrants.

Voters have rejected five similar measures since 2013, with some supporters suggesting an anti-immigrant backlash played a role. The measure on Tuesday’s ballot would allow the school district to use bonds to pay for new construction.