School bond election passes

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Modified: October 10, 2007 at 12:31 am •  Published: October 10, 2007
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With ballots in all of 143 precincts counted, voters in the Oklahoma City Public Schools area approved a $248.3 million school bond package, numbers from the Oklahoma County Election Board show.

Totals for the four propositions are:

•Proposition 1 (gymnasiums, classrooms, roof replacements and heat and air system work): Yes, 11,183 (78.6 percent), No 3,038 (21.4 percent).

•Proposition 2 (classroom technology and programs to better track student progress): Yes, 11,082 (78.3 percent), No, 3,073 (21.7 percent).

•Proposition 3 (replacement of about 60 district buses that are at least 10 years old): Yes, 11,003 (77.9 percent), No 3,121 (22.1 percent).

•Proposition 4 (safety and security improvements): Yes, 11,080 (78.6 percent), No, 3,018 (21.4 percent).



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