Oklahoma runoff elections and special elections Aug. 28

(i) Incumbent

* Winners in these races don't have an opponent in November and take office.

** These propositions require a supermajority — 60 percent — to pass.

U.S.

Oklahoman Published: August 26, 2012
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(i) Incumbent

* Winners in these races don't have an opponent in November and take office.

** These propositions require a supermajority — 60 percent — to pass.

U.S. Rep District 2

Democratic runoff

Rob Wallace

Wayne Herriman

Republican runoff

Markwayne Mullin

George Faught

State Senator District 15

Republican runoff

Rob Standridge

Jack Beller

State Senator District 17*

Republican runoff

Ron Sharp

Ed Moore

State Senator District 33*

Republican runoff

Tim Wright

Nathan Dahm

State Senator District 43

Republican runoff

Peggy Davenport

Corey Brooks

State Rep District 14

Democratic runoff

Jerry Rains

Bobby Jefferson

State Rep District 53*

Republican runoff

Paula Sullivan

Mark McBride

State Rep District 70*

Republican runoff

Ken Walker

Shane Saunders

State Rep District 88

Democratic runoff

Kay Floyd

Mike Dover

Adair County

County Clerk

Democratic runoff

Danya Curtis

Cathy J. Harrison

Stilwell Public Schools Proposition 1**

An $820,000 bond issue for the constructing, equipping, repairing and remodeling of schools, paid for with property taxes.

Stilwell Public Schools Proposition 2**

A $330,000 bond issue for the purchase of transportation equipment, paid for with property taxes.

Atoka County

County commissioner District 2

Democratic runoff

Dale A. Sheffield

Cliff Ridgway

Beaver County

Turpin Public Schools**

A $400,000 bond issue for the purchase of transportation equipment, paid for with property taxes.

Bryan County

Sheriff

Democratic runoff

John L. Bates

Kenneth Golden

Calera Public Schools**

A $2.4 million bond issue for constructing, equipping, repairing and remodeling schools, paid for with property taxes.

Silo Public Schools**

A $2.35 million bond issue for constructing, equipping, repairing and remodeling school buildings, paid for with property taxes.

Caddo County

Cyril Public Schools Proposition 1**

A $450,000 bond issue for constructing, equipping, repairing and remodeling schools, paid for with property taxes.

Cyril Public Schools Proposition 2**

A $150,000 bond issue for purchasing transportation equipment, paid for with property taxes.

Lookeba-Sickles Public Schools**

A $370,000 bond issue for purchasing transportation equipment paid for with property taxes.

Carter County

Fox Public Schools**

A $365,000 bond issue for purchasing transpiration equipment, paid for with property taxes.

City of Lone Grove Proposition*

Shall OG&E be given a 25 year franchise to sell electricity to the city?

Lone Grove Public Schools**

A $3.22 million bond issue for constructing, equipping, repairing and remodeling schools, paid for with property taxes.

Town of Ratliff*

Shall OG&E be given a 25 year franchise to sell electricity to the city?

Town of Springer*

Shall OG&E be given a 25 year franchise to sell electricity to the city?

Cimarron County

Sheriff

Republican runoff

Leon Apple

(i) Kevin McIntire

Cleveland County

City of Norman*

A $42.58 million bond issue for improvements to two bridges and six roadways, to be paid for with property taxes.

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