Oklahoma Election Guide for Feb. 13, 2018

Want to show your community how much you love it? Give everyone an early Valentine’s present by hitting the polls Tuesday, Feb. 13. Elections are scheduled in 75 of Oklahoma’s 77 counties across Oklahoma, so be sure to make your plan to vote that day. (Every county except Harmon and Jackson have something on the ballot.)

One special legislative election is set:

  • Senate District 27 covers Beaver, Cimarron, Dewey, Ellis, Harper, Major, Texas, Woods and Woodward counties. The seat was left vacant when when Sen. Bryce Marlatt resigned Sept. 12, six days after he was charged with sexual battery. The election Tuesday is between Republican Casey Murdock and Democrat Amber Jensen. The Fund for Children and Public Education has recommended a candidate in this race.

Here are the local elections by county:

Adair County

Alfalfa County

Atoka County

Beaver County

Beckham County

Blaine County

Bryan County

Caddo County

Canadian County

Carter County

Cherokee County

Choctaw County

Cimarron County

  • Oklahoma Senate, District 27.

Cleveland County

Coal County

Comanche County

Cotton County

Craig County

Creek County

  • Depew Public Schools, one school board seat.
  • Jenks Public Schools, two propositions. The two propositions would raise $14 million for equipment, technology, safety improvements, textbooks and other materials, buses, band uniforms, a warehouse truck and 12 new classrooms at Jenks Middle School.
  • Kiefer Public Schools, one school board seat.
  • Mounds Public Schools, one school board seat.
  • Paden Public Schools, one school board seat.
  • Bristow, one city council seat.
  • Sapulpa, one city council seat.
  • Rural Road Improvement District 2, one proposition.
  • Sunrise Rural Road Improvement, one proposition.

Custer County

Delaware County

Dewey County

Ellis County

Garfield County

Garvin County

Grady County

Grant County

Greer County

Harper County

  • Oklahoma Senate, District 27.

Haskell County

  • Keota Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $260,000 for cafeteria repairs, bleachers in the gym, textbooks and a school vehicle. Propositions 2 would raise $260,000 for buses.

Hughes County

Jefferson County

Johnston County

Kay County

  • Newkirk Public Schools, three propositions. The propositions would raise $1.2 million for band instruments, textbooks, choir uniforms, HVAC for the middle school gym, lighting at the baseball and softball fields, renovations to the track and land.
  • Blackwell, one proposition.

Kingfisher County

Kiowa County

Latimer County

Le Flore County

Lincoln County

Logan County

Love County

 

McClain County

Major County

McCurtain County

McIntosh County

Marshall County

Mayes County

Murray County

Muskogee County

Noble County

  • Garber Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will fund a show barn, textbooks, bus barn, security cameras, repairs and renovations to the junior high and baseball facilities, and updates to the old band building, the old elementary building and Special Education program. Proposition 2 would fund a new activity bus and replace old buses.
  • Glencoe Public Schools, one school board seat.
  • Mulhall-Orlando Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $840,000 for a new elementary school roof and classroom renovations. Proposition 2 will raise $150,000 for transportation.
  • Perry Public Schools, one school board seat.

Nowata County

Okfuskee County

Oklahoma County

Okmulgee County

Osage County

Ottawa County

Pawnee County

Payne County

Pittsburg County

Pontotoc County

Pottawatomie County

  • Asher Public Schools, two school board seats.
  • Earlsboro Public Schools, one proposition. The $525,000 bond would pay for improvements to restrooms, the science lab, gyms, the softball field, cafeteria, playground and the elementary school.
  • Konawa Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 would raise $800,000 for technology, curriculum materials, books, security equipment, flooring at the elementary, seating at the gym, an ag trailer, a bus barn expansion, maintenance equipment and other upgrades. Proposition 2 would raise $700,000 for buses.
  • McLoud Public Schools, one school board seat.
  • Bethel Acres, two town trustee seats.
  • Oklahoma City, mayor.

Pushmataha County

Roger Mills County

Rogers County

Seminole County

Sequoyah County

Stephens County

Texas County

  • Turpin Public School, one school board seat.
  • Oklahoma Senate, District 27.
  • Guymon, one proposition.

Tillman County

Tulsa County

  • Broken Arrow Public Schools, one school board seat.
  • Collinsville Public Schools, one school board seat and one proposition. The $7.5 million bond will fund a new band facility, a new ag facility, more classroom space at the high school and 11 additional classrooms at the upper elementary.
  • Jenks Public Schools, two propositions. The two propositions would raise $14 million for equipment, technology, safety improvements, textbooks and other materials, buses, band uniforms, a warehouse truck and 12 classrooms new at Jenks Middle School.
  • Tulsa Public Schools, one school board seat.
  • Union Public Schools, two propositions. The $128.6 million bonds include the completion of Ellen Ochoa Elementary, arts and athletics upgrades at Union High School, improvements to Tuttle Stadium, technology upgrades and transportation.
  • Owasso, one city council seat.
  • Sand Springs, one city council seat.
  • Skiatook, one proposition.

Wagoner County

Washington County

  • Collinsville Public Schools, one school board seat and one proposition. The $7.5 million bond will fund a new band facility, a new ag facility, more classroom space at the high school and 11 additional classrooms at the upper elementary.

Washita County

Woods County

Woodward County

 


 

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