DALLAS — Voters across Oklahoma went to the polls on Tuesday to support more than $470 million of school bonds requested by local districts. All five bond proposals on the ballot obtained the 60% majority needed to pass school bonds.
The largest request was $295 million by Tulsa County Independent School District No. 3. Voters in the Tulsa suburb of Broken Arrow endorsed a 10-year plan to finance school improvements with proceeds from lease revenue bonds supported by annual tranches of general obligation bonds.