Maps 3 Oklahoma City
History of MAPS
Maps 3 articles from NewsOK and The Oklahoman
MAPS 3 Timeline (PDF)
MAPS: The Vote
MAPS 3Election Day: Dec. 8, 2009
Who voted: 75,421 Oklahoma City residents
The result: The sales tax initiative passed with 54 percent of the vote.
The ballot: The proposal included eight projects, and voting yes or no meant the voter was voting for or against all of them at once.
MAPSElection Day: Dec. 14, 1993
Who voted: 60,129 Oklahoma City residents
The result: The sales tax initiative passed with about 54 percent of the vote.
The ballot: The proposal included nine projects. Much like the MAPS 3 ballot, a yes vote was for all the projects, while a no vote was against all the projects.
MAPS for KIDSElection day: Nov. 13, 2001
Who voted: 60,855 Oklahoma City residents voted on the sales tax initiative, and 34,318 residents within the Oklahoma City Public School District voted on the bond issue.
The result: The sales tax initiative and bond issue passed, with each getting about 61 percent of the vote.
The ballot: The proposal included closure of 21 schools, seven new schools, at least $1 million in renovations at every other school, academic reforms and money for neighboring school districts.
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May 31The City Council discussed the Maps 3 street car proposal.
Jan 19Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett spoke to more than 1,300...
Mar 2Once again citizens in Oklahoma City voted for the future...
Mar 1The biggest piece of MAPS 3 in Oklahoma City may also be...
Feb 18Some big-ticket improvements to Oklahoma City remain on...