Oklahoma voters go to the polls for school elections

Oklahoma voters go to the polls for school elections

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Voters across the state are casting their ballots for several different positions Tuesday.

In Oklahoma County, voters chose incumbent Ron Millican for the district 7 school board seat with 72% of the vote.

In Edmond, Cynthia Benson won the 4th district school board position over Stephanie Bills with 57% of the vote.

Norman voters are deciding on several propositions for Norman Public Schools. Proposition one passed with 83% of the vote. The proposition would approve a $122 bond to buy or improve school buildings.

A second proposition also passed garnering 84% of the vote. If passed, the proposition would approve a $3.5 million bond for transportation equipment.

In Kingfisher, voters elected Steve A. Richards with 67% of the vote to replace recalled mayor Jack Stuteville. Stuteville finished with 19% of the vote.

Mustang voters elected Jess Schweinberg as the ward 6 council member with 57% of the total vote.

Click here for a full list of election results from across the state.

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