City of Piedmont
Proposition 1: Changing the city charter to move the filing date for candidates for all city offices to February. Yes 394 (78.8%); No 106 (21.2%). Passed.
Proposition 2: A one-cent city sales tax increase to hire full-time firefighters. Yes 297 (58.2%); No 213 (41.8%). Passed.
Proposition: $250,000 to pay off lease-purchase agreement on high school's new metal roof. Yes 114 (55.6%); No 91 (44.4%). Failed.
City of Bristow
Proposition 1: Extension of a half-cent sales tax and addition of another half-cent sales tax to pay for street repairs and water and sewer improvements. Yes 698 (85.6%); No 117 (14.4%). Passed.
Proposition 2: A one-cent sales tax increase to finance a new municipal hospital. Yes 722 (88.6%); No 93 (11.4%). Passed.
Proposition 1: $2.5 million for asphalting parking areas, add heating and air conditioning units to school buildings, buy cafeteria equipment, replace roofs, buy band equipment, build new bleachers, a concession stand and restrooms, purchase new computers and upgrade technology. Yes 195 (82.3%); No 42 (17.7%). Passed.
Proposition 2: $280,000 to buy at least three buses. Yes 194 (81.9%); No 43 (18.1%). Passed .
Proposition 1: $600,000 to renovate and repair the high school in Pocasset and the elementary school in Amber. Money will fund upgrades and repairs and will add heating and air conditioning units. Yes 156 (80.8%); No 37 (19.2%). Passed.
Proposition: $5.3 million for a new elementary school and gymnasium and buy 15.3 acres of land. Yes 219 (57.2%); No 164 (42.8%). Failed.
Proposition 1: $35.3 million for the construction of new classrooms at seven schools, improvements to athletic facilities at all secondary schools, buy new computers, textbooks and security upgrades. Yes 2,098 (71.4%); No 841 (28.6%). Passed.
Proposition 2: $800,000 for buses. Yes 2,088 (71%); No 852 (29%). Passed.
Putnam City Schools
Proposition 1: $78 million for 100 projects, including the construction of a new Arbor Grove Elementary, new athletic facilities at all three high schools. Yes 2,882 (74.4 %); No 992 (25.6%). Passed.
Proposition 2: $2.6 million for new buses, including six activity buses. Yes 2,849 (73.5 %); No 1026 (26.5%). Passed.
Proposition 1: $380,000 for new roofs and heating and air conditioning systems at the elementary school and gymnasium. Yes 78 (85.7%); No 13 (14.3%). Passed.
Proposition 2: $220,000 for two buses. Yes 78 (85.7%); No 13 (14.3%). Passed.
Proposition: $3 million for replacement of lockers and improvements to the high school roof, restrooms, lights, electrical systems and heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. Construction of concession areas and restrooms at athletic facilities. Yes 1,138 (82.2%); No 247 (17.8%). Passed.
City of Tulsa
Mayor (97% precincts reporting): (x) Dewey Follett Bartlett Jr., Republican, 29,173 (45.5%); Tom Adelson, Democrat 23,208 (35.5%); Mark Bradley Perkins, independent 11,814 (18.1%); Lawrence F. Kirkpatrick, independent 555 (0.9%).
Auditor (97% precincts reporting): (x) Preston Lee Doerflinger, Republican 36,107 (58.9%); Phil Wood, Democrat 25,171 (41.1%).
City Council District 3: Karl William Hulcher, Republican 644 (15%); (x) Roscoe H. Turner Sr., Democrat 1,976 (46.1%); David Edward Patrick, independent 1,669 (38.9%).
City Council District 4: Jason Eric Gomez, Republican 3,720 (46.1%); (x) Maria Veliz Barnes, Democrat 4,351 (53.9%).
City Council District 6: (x) James S. Mautino, Republican 2,521 (51.2%); Dennis Kurt Troyer, Democrat 2,402 (46.1%).
City Council District 9: (x) G.T. Bynum, Republican 7,961 (71.4%); Roger D. Lowry, Democrat 3,190 (28.6%).
Proposition 1: Requiring any candidate for city auditor to be a certified public accountant or certified internal auditor. Results not available.
Proposition 2: Extending city council terms from two years to three years. The terms would be staggered, so that no more than three of the nine council districts would have an election in any one year. Results not available.
Proposition 3: Requiring settlements of lawsuits or claims of $1 million or more to be approved by both the mayor and city council. Results not available.