Oklahoma Election Guide for October 8, 2019

Elections are scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 8, in 17 Oklahoma counties. Be sure to make your plan to vote.

Here are the local elections by county:

Atoka County

  • Tushka Public Schools, one proposition. The $900,000 bond will fund a classroom addition at the middle school.

Caddo County

  • Anadarko, one city proposition.

Creek County

  • Bristow Public Schools, one proposition. The $6 million bond will fund a new Pre-K center; activity facilities upgrades; renovations and upgrades at Edison Elementary; and technology, roof maintenance, sidewalk canopies, parking lots and maintenance throughout the district.

Grant County

  • Wakita, one town proposition.

Hughes County

  • Wetumka Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $340,000 for districtwide technology. Proposition 2 will raise $180,000 for buses.

Kay County

  • One county proposition.

McCurtain County

Mayes County

  • Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools, one proposition. The $2 million bond will fund a new gym, a cafeteria expansion at the middle school, new entrances at the elementary and middle schools, and roofs and asphalt throughout the district.

Muskogee County

  • Muskogee Public Schools, one proposition. The $110 million bond for projects across the district. For secondary schools, $39 million will fund the an addition, entry, parking and other projects at Sadler Arts Academy; a freshman academy at the Alice Robertson building; a hallway expansion connecting the entire campus at Muskogee High School; athletics and arts facilities at Ben Franklin; and a new entry and an overhaul of Grant Foreman. For student programs, $37 million will fund a new fieldhouse, a new gym, a new weight room and other features at the high school; a new stadium; and new band and choir rooms at the Performing Arts Center. For elementary schools, $24 million will fund a new pre-K center and childcare center; a complete rebuild of Tony Goetz Elementary; and multiple repairs and upgrades at Pershing, Cherokee, Creek, Irving and Whittier elementary schools. Also, $10 million will fund continuation of the one-to-one technology program and 28 acres of land acquisition.

Okfuskee County

  • Wetumka Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $340,000 for districtwide technology. Proposition 2 will raise $180,000 for buses.

Oklahoma County

  • Jones Public Schools, one proposition. The $20.4 million bond for an Early Childhood Center, improvements to the football field and upgrades to the elementary school HVAC.

Osage County

  • Hominy Public Schools, one proposition. The $5.3 million bond will fund a classroom addition, playground equipment, renovations at the high school, lighting at the baseball and softball fields, and other district equipment. 
  • Pawhuska, four city propositions.

Pottawatomie County

  • Konawa Public Schools, one proposition. The $8.2 million bond will fund an overhaul of the baseball and softball fields, new band uniforms and an athletic complex.

Pushmataha County

  • Antlers, one city proposition.

Rogers County

  • Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools, one proposition. The $2 million bond will fund a new gym, a cafeteria expansion at the middle school, new entrances at the elementary and middle schools, and roofs and asphalt throughout the district.

Seminole County

  • Konawa Public Schools, one proposition. The $8.2 million bond will fund an overhaul of the baseball and softball fields, new band uniforms and an athletic complex.

Wagoner County

  • Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools, one proposition. The $2 million bond will fund a new gym, a cafeteria expansion at the middle school, new entrances at the elementary and middle schools, and roofs and asphalt throughout the district. 

 

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