Oklahoma Election Guide for March 3, 2020

Elections are scheduled for Tuesday, March 3, in all 77 Oklahoma counties. Every county has the presidential primary election on the ballot. The Fund for Children and Public Education has not recommended any presidential candidates in the primary. 

Mannford Public Schools is the only school district with an issue on the ballot. The district has two propositions. Proposition 1 will raise $8.2 million for an extension at the ag barn, a wrestling room with a safe room, a new gym, a classroom addition, technology, books, secure entrances, and other projects. Proposition 2 will raise $600,000 for buses. 

In addition to that, 10 counties and three communities have additional elections on the ballot. Here are the local elections:

County Elections

  • Cimarron County, one county proposition. 
  • Cleveland County, one county proposition. 
  • Creek County, one county proposition. 
  • Ellis County, two county propositions.
  • Kingfisher County, two county propositions.
  • Muskogee County, one county proposition. 
  • Oklahoma County, one county proposition. 
  • Payne County, one county question. 
  • Tulsa County, one county question. 
  • Washington County, one county question.

City Elections

  • Holdenville, one city proposition.
  • Hydro, one town proposition. 
  • Oklahoma City, one city proposition. 
Map of Oklahoma