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Runoff Primary Election

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Last Updated On August 26, 2014 At: 8:57 pm

STATE OFFICERS

FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION - DEMOCRATIC

JOHN COX

504

55.9%

FREDA DESKIN

398

44.1%

CONGRESSIONAL OFFICERS

FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR - DEMOCRATIC (UNEXPIRED TERM)

CONNIE JOHNSON

496

54.7%

JIM ROGERS

411

45.3%

LEGISLATIVE, DISTRICT, AND COUNTY OFFICERS

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE - DISTRICT 38 (Includes Garfield, Grant, Kay, Logan, and Noble County)

JOHN PFEIFFER

2, 190 63.4%
HAROLD LeVALLEY 1,263

36.6%

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3

TYSON ROWE 569 47.9%
PAUL BUTCH SKIDMORE 620 52.1%

PROPOSITIONS

CITY OF NEWKIRK

 
Shall the City of Newkirk, Oklahoma, be authorized to levy and assess a city excise tax (sales and use tax) of one percent (1%) in addition to all other city, county, and state excise taxes presently being levied or assessed upon the gross proceeds or gross receipts derived from all sales taxable under the Oklahoma sales tax and use tax codes as set out in ordinance no. 2014-4 of the City of Newkirk, Oklahoma, providing that the term of said excise tax shall be for five years; providing further that the purpose of such additional one (1%) excise tax shall be to provide revenues to be used and expended for designing, renovating, furnishing and equipping city hail for the benefit of the City of Newkirk, Oklahoma, as more specifically set out in Newkirk ordinance no. 2014-4.
FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES 151 37.1%
AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO 256 69.9%

NEWKIRK PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Shall Independent School District Number 125 of Kay County, Oklahoma, incur an indebtedness by issuing its bonds in the sum of Four Million Four Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,400,000.00) to provide funds to be issued in series for the purpose of constructing, equipping, repairing and remodeling school buildings, acquiring school furniture, fixtures and equipment and acquiring -and improving school sites and levy and collect an annual tax, in addition to all other taxes, upon all the taxable property in such District sufficient to pay the interest on such bonds as it falls due and also to constitute a sinking fund for the payment of the principal thereof when due, said bonds to bear interest not to exceed the rate of ten (10%) percentum per annum, payable semi-annually and to become due serially within ten (10) years from their date?
FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES 321 44.4%
AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO 402 55.6%

OKLAHOMA DEPARTEMENT OF CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

(Includes Kay, Noble, and Pawnee County)
Shall the Frontier School District No. 1004, Noble County, Oklahoma, be annexed to the Meridian Technology Center School District No. 16, that will provide career and technology education for secondary students, adults, and/or other eligible students as provided by Section 9B, Article 10, Oklahoma Constitution, and Rules for Career and Technology Education, and a vote by Meridian Technology Center School District No. 16 which directs that patrons in annexing territories shall pay 50% of the current technology center ad valorem rate the first year following the successful annexation election, 80% of the current technology center ad valorem rate the second year following the successful annexation election, and at the technology center ad valorem rate for each successive year?
FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES 36 14.7%
AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO 209 85.3%

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