Polls Open in Oklahoma for Local Elections
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Tuesday is election day in many Oklahoma towns.
In Oklahoma City, Mayor Mick Cornett is seeking a third term over challenger Steve Hunt. Mayor Cornett says his priority is to carry out the city-wide renaissance known as MAPS 3.
Cornett's opponent Steve Hunt publicly opposed the MAPS 3 tax and said if elected, he'll nix the largest of the voter-approved projects, the convention center.
In Norman, Mayor Cindy Rosenthal is running for re-election, but city councilman Hal Ezzell wants her job.
Norman voters will also decide three city council seats and two city bond issues-- one for new storm sirens and another for street improvements.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
More: Find your polling place.
Municipal Elections for Central Oklahoma:
-Mick Cornett (i)
Nicoma Park Councilmember Ward 4:
-Robert E. Pittman (i)
-Russell Smith (i)
MWC Councilmember Ward 3:
-Cindy Rosenthal (i)
-Hal Wm. Ezzell
Norman Councilmember Ward 4:
-Carol Price Dillingham (i)
-J. Michael Sherrod
-John O. Dawson
Norman Councilmember Ward 6:
-Jim Griffith (i)
Norman Councilmember Ward 8:
-Stephen A. Lucas
-Dan Quinn (i)
Norman Proposition 1:
$19 million city bond for street improvements
Norman Proposition 2:
$2,250,000 city bond for new storm sirens
Yukon Councilmember Ward 1:
-Nick M. Grba
Canadian County Commissioner District 3: REPUBLICANS
-Joshua C. Moore
Canadian County Commissioner District 3: DEMOCRATS
-John Y. Morris
$5,970,000 school bond to remodel schools in ISD No. 7 (Kingfisher Public Schools)
$3,815,000 school bond to remodel schools in ISD No. 15 (Purcell Public Schools)
$2,460,000 school bond to remodel schools in ISD No. 2 (Dale Public Schools)