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Oklahoma Election Guide for Nov. 14, 2017

Elections are scheduled for Nov. 14 in 33 counties across Oklahoma, so be sure to make your plan to vote that day.

Three special legislative elections are set:

  • House District 76 covers Broken Arrow and Tulsa. House District 76 was left vacant after Rep. David Brumbaugh died April 15. The candidates are Republican Ross Ford and Democrat Chris VanLandingham.
  • Senate District 37 covers Jenks, Sand Springs and other parts of Tulsa County. House District 37 was left vacant after Sen. Dan Newberry announced June 6 that he was leaving the Senate for a promotion at TTCU and to write a book. His resignation is effective Jan. 31. The candidates are Democrat Allison Ikley-Freeman and Republican Brian O’Hara.  
  • Senate District 45 covers Oklahoma City, Valley Brook and other parts of Oklahoma, Canadian and Cleveland counties. House District 45 was left vacant after Sen. Kyle Loveless resigned amid ethics allegations April 27. Loveless eventually reached a settlement with the Oklahoma Ethics Commission, agreeing to repay more than $100,000. The candidates are Republican Paul Rosino and Democrat Steven Vincent.

The Fund for Children and Public Education has not recommended candidates in these races.

Also, communities across the state have local elections, including nine school districts. Here are the local elections by county:

Alfalfa County

  • Aline, two propositions.

Beckham County

  • One county question.
  • Elk City, one proposition.

Canadian County

  • Oklahoma House of Representatives, District 45.

Carter County

  • Ardmore Public Schools, two propositions. The first bond would raise $48.3 million for a performing arts center and upgrades at several schools and district buildings. The second bond would raise $2.5 million for 24 new buses.

Cimarron County

  • One county question.

Cleveland County

  • Oklahoma House of Representatives, District 45.
  • Norman, one proposition.

Comanche County

  • Geronimo Public Schools, two propositions. The first proposition will raise $235,000 for finish construction of the high school/middle school. The second proposition will raise $240,000 for transportation.
  • Lawton Public Schools, one proposition. The $99.5 million bond would be use to replace Eisenhower Middle School and add safe rooms, furniture and technology across the district.
  • Geronimo, mayor.
  • Lawton, city council.

Cotton County

  • Geronimo Public Schools, two propositions. The first proposition will raise $235,000 for finish construction of the high school/middle school. The second proposition will raise $240,000 for transportation.

Custer County

  • Clinton, city council.

Garvin County

  • Pauls Valley, one proposition.

Grady County

  • Tuttle Public Schools, two propositions. The first proposition would raise $1.6 million for technology and textbooks, and the second proposition would raise $1.6 million for buses.
  • Bridge Creek Public Schools, one proposition. The $4.8 million proposition will remodel the third- and fourth-grade classroom building, add middle school classrooms and improve facilities for football, baseball, softball and track.
  • Bridge Creek Fire, board member.

Kay County

  • County commissioner.

Kingfisher County

  • One county question.

Kiowa County

  • One county question.

Le Flore County

  • Talihina, town board of trustees and one proposition.

Logan County

  • Oak Cliff Rural Fire Protection District, board of directors.

Love County

McClain County

  • Bridge Creek Public Schools, one proposition. The $4.8 million proposition will remodel the third- and fourth-grade classroom building, add middle school classrooms and improve facilities for football, baseball, softball and track.

McCurtain County

Muskogee County

  • Haskell, one proposition.

Noble County

  • Billings, two propositions.

Nowata County

  • One county question.

Oklahoma County

  • Oklahoma House of Representatives, District 45.
  • Del City, one proposition.
  • Spencer, one proposition.

Osage County

  • Tulsa, seven propositions.
  • Sand Springs, five propositions.
  • Barnsdall, mayor.
  • Country Corner Fire, board member.

Payne County

  • Ripley Public Schools, one proposition. The $5.8 million bond will pay for district-wide improvements, including roofing, technology, energy, safety, electrical, HVAC, safe rooms, livestock holding facility and other upgrades.

Pittsburg County

  • Hartshorne, city treasurer.

Pushmataha County

Rogers County

  • Tulsa, seven propositions.

Seminole County

  • Seminole, five propositions

Tulsa County

  • Oklahoma Senate, District 37.
  • Oklahoma House of Representatives, District 76.
  • Bixby, one proposition.
  • Tulsa, seven propositions.
  • Sand Springs, five propositions.

Wagoner County

  • Bixby, one proposition.
  • Tulsa, seven propositions.
  • Wagoner, two propositions.

Washita County

  • Washita County, one proposition.

Woodward County

  • County commissioner.

 


 

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