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Ponca City Information

State Primary Election

 Kay County

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Unofficial Election Results

STATE OFFICERS

GOVERNOR - LIBERTARIAN
CHRIS POWELL 000 30.23% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
REX L LAWHORN 000 60.47%
GOVERNOR - REPUBLICAN
MICK CORNETT 18 0.27% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
KEVIN STITT 1,335 20.01%
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR - REPUBLICAN
DANA MURPHY 2,715 42.03% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
MATT PINNELL 1,715 26.55%
STATE AUDITOR AND INSPECTOR - REPUBLICAN
CINDY BYRD 2,964 47.12% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
CHARLIE PRATER 2,768 44.01%
ATTORNEY GENERAL - REPUBLICAN
MIKE HUNTER 2,703 41.71% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
GENTNER DRUMMOND 2,689 41.50%
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION - REPUBLICAN
JOY HOFMEISTER 1,338 20.81% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
LINDA MURPHY 1,948 30.30%
COMMISSIONER OF LABOR - REPUBLICAN
CATHY COSTELLO     28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
LESLIE OSBORN 2,284 35.88%
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER - REPUBLICAN
DONALD CHASTEEN 2,493 40.75% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
GLEN MULREADY 3,625 59.25%
CORPORATION COMMISSIONER - DEMOCRAT
ASHLEY NICOLE McCRAY 624 17.54% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
BLAKE CUMMINGS 921 25.89%
CORPORATION COMMISSIONER - REPUBLICAN
BOB ANTHONY 2,698 42.66% 28 out of 28 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
BRIAN BINGMAN 2,778 43.93%

LEGISLATIVE, DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS

STATE SENATOR - DISTRICT 10 - REPUBLICAN
BILL COLEMAN 3,048 57.46% 24 out of 24 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
AMBER ROBERTS 1,416 26.69%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE - DISTRICT 38 - REPUBLICAN
JOHN PFEIFFER 679 26.48% 12 out of 12 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
BRIAN HOBBS 769 29.99%
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3 - REPUBLICAN
PAUL BUTCH SKIDMORE 337 16.20% 08 out of 08 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
JOHN WILSON 753 36.20%

PROPOSITIONS

CITY OF NEWKIRK - Shall Ordinance No. 2018-1 of the City of Newkirk relating to: Extending until midnight August 31, 2028, and indefinitely thereafter unless action is then taken by the City Commission of the City of Newkirk or the citizens of Newkirk through an initiative petition, the previously levied excise tax of one per cent (1%) due to terminate on midnight August 31,2018, upon the gross proceeds and gross receipts derived from all sales to any person taxable under the Oklahoma Sales Tax Code and the City of Newkirk Ordinance No. E-1, with the revenue from this 1 % sales tax dedicated to municipal street and walkway engineering, repair, construction, reconstruction and lighting and including water drainage projects and water line relocation, improvement and repair if reasonably related to improving and maintaining a street or intersection. Be Approved?
FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES 000 00.00% 00 out of 00 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO 000 00.00%
 
KILDARE PUBLIC SCHOOL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 050 - Shall Elementary School District Number 50 of Kay County, Oklahoma, incur an indebtedness by issuing its bonds in the sum of Two Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($260,000) to provide funds for the purpose of purchasing transportation equipment 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 often (10%) percentum per annum, payable semi-annually and to become due serially within five (5) years from their date?
FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES 000 00.00% 00 out of 00 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO 000 00.00%

OSAGE COUNTY - (INFORMATION ONLY)

STATE SENATOR - DISTRICT 10 - REPUBLICAN
BILL COLEMAN 000 00.00% 00 out of 00 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
AMBER ROBERTS 000 00.00%
PROPOSITIONS
MCCORD PUBIC SCHOOL ELEMENTARY SHOOL DISTRICT No. 077
Shall Elementary School District Number 77 of Osage County, Oklahoma, incur an indebtedness by issuing its bonds, in one or more series. in the sum of Two Million Nine Hundred Seventy Thousand Dollars ($2,970,000) to be used with or without other funds to provide funds for the purpose of constructing, equipping, repairing, and remodeling school buildings to provide additional classroom facilities and other facility improvements, including reconstruction of access points for increased safety and security, and acquiring school furniture, fixtures and equipment, or in the alternative to acquire any of such property pursuant to a lease purchase arrangement, 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 at not to exceed the rate of ten percentum (10%) Per annum, payable semiannually and to become due serially within ten (10) years from their date?
FOR THE PROPOSITION - YES 000 00.00% 00 out of 00 precincts,
plus absentees & early voting reporting
AGAINST THE PROPOSITION - NO 000 00.00%

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