Modified: February 11, 2013 at 8:05 pm •  Published: February 12, 2013
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Proposition 1: A $185,000, four-year construction bond issue.

Proposition 2: A $225,000, four-year transportation equipment bond issue,

HUGHES COUNTY

Holdenville Public Schools Office No. 3

Sherry Morgan, Tena Inselman

Moss Public Schools Office No. 3

Rick Summy, Scott Price

Stuart Public Schools Office No. 3

Kevin Clifft, Steven Martin

Calvin Public Schools

Proposition: A $480,000, five-year construction bond issue.

Dustin Public Schools

Proposition: Consolidate with Graham Public Schools in Okfuskee County beginning July 1, 2013.

JACKSON COUNTY

Olustee Public Schools Office No. 3

Dean A. McConiha, Tim Drury

KAY COUNTY

Blackwell Public Schools Office No. 3

Brenda K. Pennington, Stacey Husted

Ponca City Public Schools

Proposition 1: A $16,255,000, five-year construction bond issue.

Proposition 2: A $500,000, five-year transportation equipment bond issue.

Office No. 3

Brent Colle, Judy Throop, Sharon Stewart

Newkirk Public Schools Office No. 3

Bill Hobbs, Russell L. Cobb, Sarah Mott

KINGFISHER COUNTY

Cashion Public Schools Office No. 3

David R. Petty, L. Earl Ogletree

Dover Public Schools Office No. 3

Edie Kenyon Preston, Shawn D. Walker

Kingfisher Public Schools Office No. 3

Dave Diesselhorst, Wendell R. Prim Sr.

Lomega Public Schools Office No. 3

Jenny Geisler, Mike Myers

KIOWA COUNTY

Hobart Public Schools Office No. 3

Dwayne Robinson, Trapper Heglin

LINCOLN COUNTY

Agra Public Schools Office No. 3

Benny Austin, Rhonda Carole Cox

Meeker Public Schools Office No. 3

Ashley Sellers, Becky Briggs

Stroud Public Schools

Proposition: A $5,685,000, seven-year construction bond issue.

Countywide

Proposition: A 1 percent, five-year countywide sales tax to be allocated to county road and bridge improvements (60 percent), the county jail (13 percent), county fire departments (8.5 percent), the county extension center (6 percent, capped at $120,000), senior citizen nutrition sites (6 percent), economic development (2.5 percent), the county free fair (2 percent), and county emergency management and safety office (2 percent, capped at $25,000). Money beyond capped amounts will go to the county courthouse improvement fund.

LOGAN COUNTY

Guthrie Public Schools Office No. 2

Jody C. Walker, Terry Pennington

MCCLAIN COUNTY

Blanchard Public Schools Office No. 3

Tim L. Sluder, Twana Scalf

Dibble Public Schools

Proposition: A $6,420,000, 10-year construction bond issue.

Office No. 3

Gary Lohman, Steve Long

Office No. 1 (unexpired term)

Dana Browning, Kathryne Lee, Richard Corley, Scott D. James

Newcastle Public Schools Office No. 3

Dayton Craig, Doug Harryman

Town of Washington

Proposition: Granting nonexclusive franchise and right to Oklahoma Natural Gas Company to install, operate and maintain a gas distribution system along, across, over and under public property for 25 years, providing for regulations and rules and setting a franchise fee.

NOBLE COUNTY

Frontier Public Schools Office No. 3

Brad D. Childs, Rexford Tautfest

Morrison Public Schools Office No. 3

Phil Berkenbile, Tony Wisely

Perry Public Schools Office No. 3

April M. Sewell, Christina Morrill, Janet Brand, William Erick Walton

OKFUSKEE COUNTY

Okemah Public Schools Office No. 2 (unexpired term)

Christy Banta, Jason Bean

Graham Public Schools

Proposition: Consolidation with Dustin Public Schools.

OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Oklahoma City Public Schools

Board chairman

Angela Monson, Lynne Hardin

Office No. 1

Bob Hammack, E. Jann Maultsby

Office No. 2

Gail Vines, Justin Ellis

Deer Creek Public Schools Office No. 3

Jerrod Roberts, Keri Shipley, Timothy A. Laubach

Harrah Public Schools

Proposition 1: A $36,105,000 five-year construction bond issue.

Proposition 2: A $600,000, five-year transportation equipment bond issue.

Office No. 3

Craig T. Barron, Ed Welton, Trey Swan

Putnam City Public Schools

Proposition: A $6 million, five-year technology bond issue.

Office No. 2 (unexpired term)

Bren Smith, Greg Juedeman

Western Heights Public Schools

Proposition 1: A $22,320,000, five-year construction bond issue.

Proposition 2: A $450,000, five-year transportation bond issue.

Office No. 3

Bud Ward, L. Reyna Helms

Edmond Public Schools

Proposition 1: A $78,210,000, five-year construction bond issue.

Proposition 2: A $1,790,000, five-year transportation equipment bond issue.

PAYNE COUNTY

Yale Public Schools Office No. 3

Matthew Litterell, Steve C. Winterbottom

PONTOTOC COUNTY

Byng Public Schools Office No. 1 (unexpired term)

Gary Watkins, Jeff Case

Roff Public Schools Office No. 3

Bill Lee, J.J. Jones, Randy Stephens

Vanoss Public Schools Office No. 3

Bo Ellis, Darrell R. Phillips, Jerry Price

POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY

Earlsboro Public Schools Office No. 3

Phyllis Crosswell, Tracey Poe

Maud Public Schools Office No. 3

Amy Bassett, DeCarla Wallgren, Scott Bruno

Shawnee Public Schools Office No. 5

Gerry L. Pfeil, Judy Chance

Pleasant Grove Public School Office No. 1

Jerry Skaggs, Timothy J. Lawrence

Grove Public School

Proposition 1: A $290,000, five-year construction bond issue.

Proposition 2: A $180,000, five-year transportation equipment bond issue.

Countywide

Proposition: Increase landline emergency telephone fee collected by local service provider from 10 percent to 15 percent of tariff rate for county residents who do not reside within a municipality or other governmental entity.

PUSHMATAHA COUNTY

Clayton Public Schools Office No. 3

Brian Schumann, Crystal Fuller Bray, Martina Hawkins

Albion Public School

Proposition 1: A $40,000, five-year construction bond issue.

Proposition 2: A $95,000, five-year transportation equipment bond issue.

Moyers Public Schools

Proposition: A $160,000, 10-year construction bond issue.

SEMINOLE COUNTY

Bowlegs Public Schools Office No. 3

Debbie Johnson Elizabeth Haws

Konawa Public Schools Office No. 3

Bobby L. Hatter, Jon Tarver, Katie Akerman, Tammie Tooley

Strother Public Schools

Proposition: Annex a certain portion of district to Varnum School District beginning July 1.

City of Seminole Mayor

Chayne Fisher, Connie Mack Colwell

STEPHENS COUNTY

Marlow Public Schools Office No. 3

Brad Boles, Julie Sanders

WASHITA COUNTY

Canute Public Schools Office No. 3

Brad Hohnke, William B. Pierce

Cordell Public Schools Office No. 3

Jim Price, Tammy Goeringer Evans