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Oklahoma City metro-area elections

Oklahoma City metro-area elections for Tuesday, April 2, 2014.
by Silas Allen Modified: April 1, 2014 at 9:55 pm •  Published: April 1, 2014

Tuesday’s preliminary results from Oklahoma City metro-area municipal elections.

√ Denotes a winner

•School bond issue propositions require 60 percent approval to pass.

•Municipal elections where no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the vote will go to a runoff.

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Canadian County

Canadian Valley Technology Center

Proposition 1: 12 million in building bonds

93 of 93 precincts reporting

Measure passes

For, 2,156 (62.7 percent)

Against, 1,281 (37.3 percent)

City of Piedmont

4 of 4 precincts reporting

Proposition 1: Amends charter to allow residents whose homes are damaged or destroyed in a tornado, fire or other disaster to be exempt from a provision requiring a continuous period of registration before holding city office.

Measure passes

For, 139 (82.2 percent)

Against, 30 (17.8 percent)

Proposition 2: Changes provisions for recalling an elected official.

Measure passes

For, 111 (61.7 percent)

Against, 69 (38.3 percent)

Proposition 3: Amends city charter to count city councilor’s abstentions as no votes.

Measure fails

For, 77 (42.8 percent)

Against, 103 (57.2 percent)

Cleveland County

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