Bryan CountyExempting household goods and certain livestock from personal property taxation and adjust the ad valorem taxes to make up for lost revenue. Yes, 8,022 (64.9 %); No, 4,328 (35.1 %). Passed.
Caddo CountyTown of Cement Proposition 1: Allowing the position of town clerk to be appointed by the Board of Trustees. Yes, 61 (35.3 %); No, 112 (64.7 %). Failed. Proposition 2: Allowing the position of town treasurer to be appointed by the Board of Trustees. Yes, 60 (34.7 %); No, 133 (65.3 %). Failed.
Canadian CountyCity of El Reno Ward 1 Council x-(I) Kent E. Carder, 836 (62.4 %) Jerry Robertson, 503 (37.6 %)
Carter CountySouthern Oklahoma Tech. Center Proposition 1: a 10-year, $8.5 million bond to build four additional classrooms, parking and equipment. Yes, 11,969 (59 %); No, 9,307 (41 %). Passed. Proposition 2: A 2-mill property tax levy to hire instructors and pay for supplies in the new programs. Yes, 10,489 (50.1 %); No, 10,463 (49.9 %). Passed. City of Healdton Increasing tariffs billed by the local telephone company up to 15 percent for emergency 911 service. Yes, 602 (70.4 %); No, 253 (29.6 %). Passed.
Choctaw CountyCountywide A one-quarter-cent sales tax for county fire departments. Yes, 3,162 (63.9 %); No, 1,631 (36.1 %). Passed. City of Hugo Redirecting a 1-cent sales tax from the Hugo Hospital Authority to the city of Hugo for 15 years, for streets and other municipal purposes and for a new Hugo High School. Yes, 1,777 (74 %); No, 623 (26 %). Passed. Town of Sawyer A 4 percent tax on lodging to fund the community’s general maintenance. Yes, 48 (46.6 %); No, 65 (53.4 %). Failed. Town of Fort Towson Making the office of town clerk-treasurer appointive by the Board of Trustees instead of elective. Yes, 77 (43.8 %); No, 99 (56.2 %). Failed.
Cimarron CountyCountywide A 2 percent, two-year sales tax to fund maintenance and operations of Cimarron Memorial Hospital. Yes, 899 (74 %); No, 316 (26 %). Passed. Keyes School District Office No. 5 (unexpired term) x-Troy Williams, 158 (59.6 %) Brent Balenseifen, 58 (21.9 %) Tony Whitfield, 49 (18.5 %)
Cleveland CountyCity of Moore An $18 million bond issue for five road projects: SW 19 from Telephone Road to W Interstate 35 Service Road; NE 12 from Eastern to Bryant; NW 5 from Markwell to Telephone Road; NW 12 from Janeway to W I-35 Service Road; and Broadway from N 5 to N 18. Yes, 12,210 (60.4 %); No, 7,998 (39.6 %). Passed.
Comanche CountyCity of Elgin Making the office of city clerk/treasurer appointive by the mayor instead of elective. Yes, 348 (58.5 %); No, 247 (41.5 %). Passed.
Cotton CountyCity of Walters Allowing the city manager to make purchases for supplies, materials and equipment totaling $20,000 or less without prior city council approval. Yes, 434 (43 %); No, 576 (57 %). Failed.
Creek CountyCountywide A one-half-cent sales tax to operate the county Juvenile Justice Center, pay down indebtedness incurred by the Creek County Public Facilities Authority to build the Juvenile Justice Center, and road repairs. Yes, 8,163 (51.6 %); No, 7,658 (48.4 %). Passed.
Custer CountyCity of Clinton Mayor Paul Brown, 832 (28.8 %) x-Allen Bryson, 2,055 (71.2 %) Ward 2 Council Don Rodolph, 416 (47.6 %) x-Terry Wheeler, 457 (52.4 %) Weatherford School District Office No. 1 (unexpired term) Scott Selsor, 1,984 (39 %) x-Kim Ingram, 3,099 (61 %)
Greer CountyCountywide Modifying a one-half-cent sales tax to pay down indebtedness of the Greer County Industrial Authority. Yes, 1,135 (61 %); No, 721 (39 %). Passed.
Hughes CountyCity of Wetumka A 1 percent sales tax beginning Dec. 1 to be used for electric system, water and wastewater and city improvements. Yes, 144 (38.1 %); No, 234 (61.9 %). Failed.
Kay CountyCity of Tonkawa At-large Council Kenneth Vogt, 261 (22.3 %) x-Charles Conaghan, 911 (77.7 %)
Kiowa CountyCountywide Allowing sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink for on-premises consumption. Yes, 1,978 (54.7 %); No, 1,627 (45.3 %). Passed.
Latimer CountyCountywide A 5 percent lodging tax to fund the development of county recreational activities. Yes, 1,968 (51.7 %); No, 1,840 (48.3 %). Passed.
Le Flore CountyCountywide Proposition 1: Exempting household goods and livestock from ad valorem taxation. Yes, 11,551 (74.7 %); No, 3,915 (25.3 %). Passed. Proposition 2: A one-quarter-cent sales tax to fund county fire departments. Yes, 6,405 (41.9 %); No, 8,868 (58.1 %). Failed. Proposition 3: Allowing sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink for on-premises consumption. Yes, 8,593 (53.5 %); No, 7,481 (46.5 %). Passed.
Lincoln CountyTown of Meeker A 4-cent sales tax for municipal government operations. Yes, 207 (51 %); No, 199 (49 %). Passed. City of Wellston Making the office of town clerk/treasurer appointive by the mayor with the approval of the board of trustees. Yes, 152 (42.6 %); No, 205 (57.
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A look at how Oklahoman's voted in major races, broken down by county