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Election results: March 4

Oklahoma City Sales Tax Proposal 2 of 271 precincts reporting

Yes: 1330

No: 979

From Staff Reports Modified: March 5, 2008 at 12:01 pm •  Published: March 4, 2008
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Oklahoma City Sales Tax Proposal

271 of 271 precincts reporting

Yes: 44849, 61.9 percent

No: 27564, 38.1 percent

Results
These results were reported from special elections Tuesday throughout Oklahoma.

Beaver County
District 2 Commissioner

(unexpired term)

Darrold Strong, D, 166 (23.0%)

C.J. Rose, R, 562 (77.0%)

Beckham County
Sayre Schools: Proposition 1 — $1.335 million bond issue to repair high school and middle school roofs. Yes, 271 (85.2%); No, 47 (14.8%) Passed.

Proposition 2 — $290,000 bond issue for two buses and another vehicle. Yes, 275 (86.5%); No, 43 (13.5%) Passed.

Canadian County
Yukon Schools: Proposition 1 — $66 million for construction of a new high school; football, baseball and soccer fields; and other athletic facilities; $23 million for technology upgrades. Yes, 3,053 (77.7%); No, 878 (22.3%) Passed.

Proposition 2 — $3.4 million for buses. Yes, 3,060 (76.7%); No, 930 (23.3%) Passed.

Carter County

City of Ardmore

Commissioner at large

Keith King, 499 (70.4 %)

Billy Ray Smith, 161 (22.7 %)

Doug Williams, 49 (6.9%)

Cleveland County
City of Moore

Mayor

(i)Glenn Lewis 2,214 (81%)

Paul Edward Janes 521 (19%)

City of Norman

Ward 2 Council

Tom Kovach, 425 (37.9%) (in May 13 runoff)

Chebon Marshall, 507 (45%) (in May 13 runoff)

Michael McKee, 190 (16.9%)

Ward 4 Council

Gregory Jungman, 425 (43.2%)

Chris Jingozian, 34 (3.5%)

(i)Carol Dillingham, 524 (53.3%)

Ward 6 Council

Jim Griffith, 446 (64.6%)

Lou Mansfield, 244 (35.4%)

Moore Schools: For results, go to NewsOK.com.

Creek County
Allen-Bowden Schools: A $2.5 million bond issue for a new gymnasium, library, four classrooms and computer lab. Yes, 75 (46%); No, 87(54%) Failed.

Lone Star Schools: A $1.775 million bond issue for a 1,200 seat basketball arena with practice courts, locker rooms, offices, rest rooms, concessions and lobby, and an instrumental music building. Yes, 222 (89%); No, 25 (11%) Passed.

Kiefer Schools: A $250,000 bond issue to remodel and reopen the elementary cafeteria. Yes, 121 (82.8 %)No, 25 (17.1%). Passed.

Sapulpa Schools: Proposition 1 — A $580,000 bond issue for roof repairs, security cameras, windows and science lab equipment. Yes, 507 (82%); No, 111 (18%) Passed.

Proposition 2 — $170,000 bond issue for two buses. Yes, 505 (81.7%); No, 113 (18.3%) Passed.

Custer County
Weatherford Schools: $15.96 million bond issue for a performance center and multiple elementary school improvements. Yes, 1,119 (82%); No, 245 (18%) Passed.

City of Drumright

Ward 2 Commissioner

Paul Ryker, 97 (26.7 %)

Deborah Guillot Bright, 205 (56.4 %) (elected)

Rosie Andrews, 61 (16.6 %)

Delaware County
Kansas Schools: $3.295 million bond issue for classrooms, early childhood center and safe rooms, and an athletic complex. Yes, 463 (58.61%); No, 327 (41.39%) Failed.

Ellis County

Shattuck Schools: A $400,000 bond issue for electrical and cafeteria improvements, technology, telephone and intercom improvements. Yes, 194 (80.8 %); No, 46 (19.2 %) passed.

Garfield County
Proposition 1 — $39 million bond issue for street repairs. Yes, 3,155 (32.5%); No, 6,556 (67.5%) Failed.

Proposition 2 — $7 million bond issue to replace and repair bridges. Yes, 5,608 (57.8%); No, 4,097 (42.2%) Passed.

Proposition 3 — Extending 1-cent sales tax until March 31, 2042. Yes, 6,573 (67.7%); No, 3,141 (32.3%) Passed.

Kremlin-Hillsdale Schools: Proposition 1 — A $755,000 bond issue for roof replacement, geothermal heating and cooling and band instruments. Yes, 250 (80.1%); No, 62 (19.9%) Passed.

Proposition 2 — An $80,000 bond issue for a bus. Yes, 244 (79.0%); No, 65 (21.0%) Passed.

Garvin County
Whitebead Schools: $1.1 million bond issue for rest rooms and six classrooms. Yes, 104 (26.7); No, 286 (73.3%) Failed.

City of Lindsay

Council member (3 elected)

Nita Hayden, 206 (22.81 %) (elected)

Willie C. Rushing Jr., 141 (15.6 1%)

Debbie Hargrove, 214 (23.70 %) (elected)

Ron Janousek, 204 (22.69 %) (elected)

Danny Daniels II, 138 (15.28 %)

Grady County
City of Minco

Ward 4 Council

Keith McMullen, 131 (42.4%)

Michelle Overton, 152 (49.2%)

Delvin P. Albers, 26 (8.4%)

Rush Springs Schools: Proposition 1 — A $840,000 bond issue for four elementary classrooms. Yes, 263 (68.8%); No 119 (31.2%) Passed.

Proposition 2 — A $300,000 bond issue for four buses. Yes, 282 (73.8%); No, 100 (26.2%) Passed.

Grant County
Medford Schools: A $590,000 bond issue for technology, gymnasium heating and running track surfacing. Yes, 269 (78.4%); No, 74 (21.6%) Passed.

Hughes County
Moss Schools: $2.49 million bond for new high school gym, converting old gym into multipurpose facility and new security cameras. Yes, 168 (73.4%); No, 61 (26.6%) Passed.

Kay County
Newkirk Schools: A $75,000 transportation bond to buy a new school bus. Yes, 462 (66.9 %); No, 229 (33.1 %); passed.

District 2 Commissioner

(unexpired term)

Daryl W. Johns, D, 237(18.8%)

Steve Austin, R, 765 (60.7%)

Kim Spore, I, 257 (20.4%)

City of Newkirk: One proposition, extending a 1-cent sales tax for 10 years, and extending a 3-cent use tax for 10 years.

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