Several school bonds and a sales tax extension won voter approval at the polls Tuesday. Oklahoma voters cast ballots Tuesday in special elections for schools and municipalities.
Voters in El Reno overwhelmingly passed a school bond totaling more than $45 million to build a new elementary school, renovate existing schools and buy busses, among other things.
Luther voters defeated a one penny sales tax that would have paid for public improvement projects.
Voters in Ponca City voted to extend an existing half penny sales tax for economic development.
Oklahoma's Annual School Elections are scheduled for Tuesday, February 12.