Oklahoma Election Guide for February 9, 2021

Elections are scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 9, in 49 Oklahoma counties. Seventeen school districts have bonds on the ballot. To view your own sample ballot, log in to the Oklahoma Voter Portal

Beckham County

  • Western Technology Center, one school board member.

Caddo County

  • Western Technology Center, one school board member.

Canadian County

  • Riverside Public School, one school board member. 
  • Senate District 22, Democrat primary runoff. 
  • Senate District 22, Republican primary runoff. 
  • Oklahoma City, two city council members. 

Carter County

  • Wilson Public Schools, one proposition. The $7.7 million bond will fund renovations to the football field, gym roof repairs, paving projects, ag building upgrades, and repairs, security upgrades, and other projects across the district. 

Cherokee County

  • One county question.
  • Tahlequah, two city council members. 

Choctaw County

  • Fort Towson Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • Hugo, one city proposition. 

Cleveland County

  • Moore, one city council member.
  • Norman, five city council members. 
  • Oklahoma City, two city council members. 
  • Purcell, one city proposition. 

Coal County

Comanche County

  • Lawton, one city proposition. 

Creek County

  • Depew Public Schools, one proposition. The $180,000 bond will pay for buses.
  • Jenks Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $15.1 million for expansion of the Freshman Academy, upgrades to the performing arts center, improvements to the baseball and softball complex, to the books, technology, instruments safety upgrades, and other projects throughout the district. Proposition 2 will raise $1 million for transportation.

Custer County

  • Western Technology Center, one school board member.

Delaware County

  • Leach Public School, one proposition. The $1.7 million bond will fund a new elementary school classroom building and storm shelter.

Garfield County

  • Waukomis Public Schools, one proposition. The $7.4 million bond will fund a new elementary school and security improvements.
  • Enid, four city council members. 

Garvin County

  • Lindsay Public Schools, one school board member. 

Grady County

  • Chickasha Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $2.3 million for technology, books, equipment, and construction projects and improvements throughout the district. Proposition 2 will raise $405,000 for transportation. 
  • Lindsay Public SChools, one school board member. 

Greer County

  • Western Technology Center, one school board member.

Haskell County

  • Quinton Public Schools, one proposition. The $6.4 million proposal would fund a high school cafeteria overhaul and a new elementary school library; both rooms would double as safe rooms for the district and community.

Hughes County

Jackson County

  • Altus, three city council members. 
  • East Duke, one town proposition. 

Jefferson County

  • Ringling Public Schools, one proposition. The $920,000 bond will pay for a new track and a new roof at the high school.

Johnston County

  • Wapanucka, one town proposition. 

Kay County

  • Blackwell, one city council member. 
  • Ponca City, one city council member. 

Kiowa County

  • Western Technology Center, one school board member.
  • Gotebo, two town propositions. 

Le Flore County

  • Howe Public Schools, one proposition. The $410,000 bond will be used to buy land and improve school sites.

Logan County

  • Edmond Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • Guthrie, one city council member. 

Love County

  • Marietta Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • Ringling Public Schools, one proposition. The $920,000 bond will pay for a new track and a new roof at the high school.
  • Wilson Public Schools, one proposition. The $7.7 million bond will fund renovations to the football field, gym roof repairs, paving projects, ag building upgrades, and repairs, security upgrades, and other projects across the district. 

McClain County

  • Lindsay Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • Purcell, one city proposition. 

McCurtain County

  • Broken Bow, one city proposition. 

Mayes County

  • Pryor Creek, one city council member. 

Noble County

  • Stillwater Public Schools, one school board member. 

Nowata County

  • Nowata Public Schools, one school board member. 

Okfuskee County

Oklahoma County

  • Crutcho Public Schools, one proposition. The $920,000 bond will pay for technology upgrades, repairs throughout the district, security improvements, and vehicles. 
  • Edmond, one school board member. 
  • Oklahoma City, school board chair. 
  • Putnam City, one school board member. 
  • Senate District 22, Democrat primary runoff. 
  • Senate District 22, Republican primary runoff. 
  • Bethany, mayor and two city council members. 
  • Del City, one city council member. 
  • Edmond, two city council members. 
  • Nicoma Park, mayor and one city council member. 
  • Oklahoma City, three city council members. 
  • Warr Acres, mayor and one city council member.

Okmulgee County

  • Weleetka Public Schools, one proposition. The $240,000 bond will pay for student transportation.
  • Okmulgee, one city council member. 

Osage County

  • Caney Valley Public Schools, one proposition. The $10.3 million bond will include a new gym, classrooms that double as safe rooms, a new elementary cafetorium, locker room renovation, roof repairs, technology, and other remodeling throughout the district.  
  • Pawhuska Public School, one school board member. 
  • Pawhuska, three city council members. 

Pawnee County

  • Cleveland, one city council member. 

Payne County

  • Stillwater Public Schools, one school board member.
  • Cushing, one city council member. 
  • Stillwater, one city council member. 
  • Yale, two city council members. 

Pittsburg County

  • Haileyville Public Schools, one proposition. The $265,000 bond will pay for security improvements, cafeteria equipment, improvements to the baseball and softball fields, a gym scoreboard, and other projects. 
  • McAlester Public Schools, one proposition. The $35 million bond will fund a new middle school and a new multi-purpose event center. 
  • Quinton Public Schools, one proposition. The $6.4 million proposal would fund a high school cafeteria overhaul and a new elementary school library; both rooms would double as safe rooms for the district and community.

Pontotoc County

  • Allen Public Schools, one proposition. The $420,000 bond will pay for transportation needs.
  • Ada, one city council member. 

Pottawatomie County

  • Grove Public Schools, one proposition. The $8.1 million bond will fund an overhaul of the early childhood center, parking improvements, and a new gym.
  • Oklahoma City, one city council member. 

Roger Mills County

  • Western Technology Center, one school board member.

Rogers County

  • Collinsville Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • Owasso Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • Owasso, one city council member. 

Seminole County

  • Konawa, one city council member. 
  • Seminole, mayor and one city council member. 

Sequoyah County

  • Sallisaw, two city council members. 

Stephens County

  • Ringling Public Schools, one proposition. The $920,000 bond will pay for a new track and a new roof at the high school.
  • Marlow, mayor.

Texas County

  • One county commissioner. 
  • Guymon, one city proposition. 

Tulsa County

  • Jenks Public Schools, two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $15.1 million for expansion of the Freshman Academy, upgrades to the performing arts center, improvements to the baseball and softball complex, books, technology, instruments safety upgrades, and other projects throughout the district. Proposition 2 will raise $1 million for transportation.
  • Collinsville Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • Owasso Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • Tulsa Public Schools, one school board member. 
  • County treasurer.
  • Owasso, one city council member. 

Washington County

  • Caney Valley Public Schools, one proposition. The $10.3 million bond will include a new gym, classrooms that double as safe rooms, a new elementary cafetorium, locker room renovation, roof repairs, technology, and other remodeling throughout the district.  
  • Collinsville Public Schools, one school board member. 

Washita County

  • Western Technology Center, one school board member.
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