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OKLAHOMA STATE ELECTION BOARD

GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

NOVEMBER 3, 1998


State Questions





 

STATE QUESTION 678 - LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM 308

The proposal amends the Oklahoma Constitution. It amends Section 9C of Article 10. That Section deals with ambulance service districts. These districts are also called emergency medical service districts. These districts are created by vote of the people. Such districts can include more than one county and/or parts of counties. These districts are funded by real property tax millages. The proposed amendment allows counties or parts of counties to withdraw from an existing district. Withdrawal from a district must be approved by the voters in the county. Withdrawing entities would remain responsible for their portion of the district's existing debt. Responsibility for such debt is apportioned. Such apportionment is based on assessed real property values. SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED? FOR THE AGAINST THE TOTAL PROPOSAL - YES PROPOSAL - NO VOTES ================ =============== ========= ADAIR 1,712 1,974 3,686 ALFALFA 1,132 824 1,956 ATOKA 1,431 1,502 2,933 BEAVER 990 874 1,864 BECKHAM 2,220 1,646 3,866 BLAINE 1,791 1,199 2,990 BRYAN 3,900 2,997 6,897 CADDO 3,590 2,483 6,073 CANADIAN 11,790 8,068 19,858 CARTER 6,809 3,739 10,548 CHEROKEE 4,705 4,194 8,899 CHOCTAW 1,730 1,317 3,047 CIMARRON 570 502 1,072 CLEVELAND 29,956 17,157 47,113 COAL 696 826 1,522 COMANCHE 12,317 7,574 19,891 COTTON 1,053 764 1,817 CRAIG 2,084 1,931 4,015 CREEK 8,716 6,534 15,250 CUSTER 4,013 2,431 6,444 DELAWARE 4,440 4,376 8,816 DEWEY 1,045 499 1,544 ELLIS 823 635 1,458 GARFIELD 9,485 6,267 15,752 GARVIN 3,181 2,757 5,938 GRADY 6,447 4,492 10,939 GRANT 1,138 843 1,981 GREER 746 713 1,459 HARMON 422 296 718 HARPER 749 645 1,394 HASKELL 997 1,533 2,530 HUGHES 1,540 1,618 3,158 JACKSON 3,351 2,365 5,716 JEFFERSON 761 639 1,400 JOHNSTON 1,319 1,068 2,387 KAY 7,880 5,084 12,964 KINGFISHER 2,444 1,652 4,096 KIOWA 1,557 1,180 2,737 LATIMER 1,171 1,276 2,447 LeFLORE 4,401 5,514 9,915 LINCOLN 4,242 3,827 8,069 LOGAN 4,684 3,118 7,802 LOVE 1,114 817 1,931 McCLAIN 3,721 2,742 6,463 McCURTAIN 2,755 2,917 5,672 McINTOSH 2,619 2,645 5,264 MAJOR 1,190 1,363 2,553 MARSHALL 1,862 1,474 3,336 MAYES 4,751 4,233 8,984 MURRAY 1,693 1,341 3,034 MUSKOGEE 9,359 7,147 16,506 NOBLE 1,893 1,296 3,189 NOWATA 1,530 1,362 2,892 OKFUSKEE 1,289 1,334 2,623 OKLAHOMA 89,104 49,329 138,433 OKMULGEE 4,250 3,622 7,872 OSAGE 5,782 4,287 10,069 OTTAWA 3,818 3,482 7,300 PAWNEE 2,133 1,603 3,736 PAYNE 9,563 5,878 15,441 PITTSBURG 4,670 6,866 11,536 PONTOTOC 5,764 4,411 10,175 POTTAWATOMIE 8,970 6,448 15,418 PUSHMATAHA 1,450 1,587 3,037 ROGER MILLS 577 709 1,286 ROGERS 9,647 7,201 16,848 SEMINOLE 3,165 2,743 5,908 SEQUOYAH 3,344 3,762 7,106 STEPHENS 7,741 5,083 12,824 TEXAS 2,176 1,808 3,984 TILLMAN 1,255 762 2,017 TULSA 87,321 43,450 130,771 WAGONER 7,653 5,649 13,302 WASHINGTON 8,900 4,633 13,533 WASHITA 1,637 1,193 2,830 WOODS 1,895 1,335 3,230 WOODWARD 3,077 1,941 5,018 STATE TOTAL: 471,696 315,386 787,082

STATE QUESTION 679 - LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM 309

This measure seeks to change Section 34 of Article 6 and Section 10 of Article 23 of the State Constitution. Corporation Commissioners and members of the Oklahoma Tax Commission serve terms which start in different years. As the law is now they may only receive an increase in pay if it becomes law before they take office. These persons may receive different pay but perform the same job. This measure will allow their pay to be raised at any time so long as their pay was equal. SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED? FOR THE AGAINST THE TOTAL PROPOSAL - YES PROPOSAL - NO VOTES ================ =============== ========= ADAIR 1,263 2,452 3,715 ALFALFA 768 1,185 1,953 ATOKA 1,049 1,897 2,946 BEAVER 579 1,301 1,880 BECKHAM 1,627 2,286 3,913 BLAINE 1,102 1,889 2,991 BRYAN 2,812 4,107 6,919 CADDO 2,521 3,582 6,103 CANADIAN 8,387 11,649 20,036 CARTER 4,801 5,835 10,636 CHEROKEE 3,486 5,478 8,964 CHOCTAW 1,290 1,756 3,046 CIMARRON 374 697 1,071 CLEVELAND 22,060 25,525 47,585 COAL 486 1,034 1,520 COMANCHE 9,681 10,289 19,970 COTTON 804 1,016 1,820 CRAIG 1,552 2,469 4,021 CREEK 6,403 8,954 15,357 CUSTER 2,792 3,688 6,480 DELAWARE 3,296 5,615 8,911 DEWEY 515 1,004 1,519 ELLIS 508 957 1,465 GARFIELD 6,621 9,212 15,833 GARVIN 2,280 3,729 6,009 GRADY 4,492 6,531 11,023 GRANT 724 1,257 1,981 GREER 535 928 1,463 HARMON 294 420 714 HARPER 458 928 1,386 HASKELL 740 1,813 2,553 HUGHES 1,126 2,050 3,176 JACKSON 2,582 3,167 5,749 JEFFERSON 508 871 1,379 JOHNSTON 947 1,453 2,400 KAY 5,844 7,199 13,043 KINGFISHER 1,555 2,546 4,101 KIOWA 1,099 1,653 2,752 LATIMER 808 1,651 2,459 LeFLORE 3,161 6,849 10,010 LINCOLN 2,873 5,252 8,125 LOGAN 3,240 4,595 7,835 LOVE 774 1,136 1,910 McCLAIN 2,491 4,016 6,507 McCURTAIN 1,892 3,844 5,736 McINTOSH 1,860 3,446 5,306 MAJOR 928 1,632 2,560 MARSHALL 1,347 2,021 3,368 MAYES 3,367 5,683 9,050 MURRAY 1,235 1,820 3,055 MUSKOGEE 7,136 9,422 16,558 NOBLE 1,259 1,942 3,201 NOWATA 1,160 1,758 2,918 OKFUSKEE 1,007 1,622 2,629 OKLAHOMA 64,828 75,019 139,847 OKMULGEE 3,238 4,686 7,924 OSAGE 4,201 5,900 10,101 OTTAWA 2,728 4,563 7,291 PAWNEE 1,579 2,179 3,758 PAYNE 7,259 8,350 15,609 PITTSBURG 3,806 7,761 11,567 PONTOTOC 4,228 5,990 10,218 POTTAWATOMIE 6,320 9,226 15,546 PUSHMATAHA 1,068 1,995 3,063 ROGER MILLS 379 908 1,287 ROGERS 7,255 9,740 16,995 SEMINOLE 2,242 3,708 5,950 SEQUOYAH 2,425 4,757 7,182 STEPHENS 5,496 7,396 12,892 TEXAS 1,550 2,450 4,000 TILLMAN 834 1,196 2,030 TULSA 67,141 64,804 131,945 WAGONER 5,748 7,659 13,407 WASHINGTON 6,958 6,686 13,644 WASHITA 1,070 1,795 2,865 WOODS 1,219 2,019 3,238 WOODWARD 2,031 2,985 5,016 STATE TOTAL: 346,102 446,883 792,985

STATE QUESTION 680 - LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM 310

This measure would amend the State Constitution. It would amend Section 14 of Article 10. Under current law, public property can only be used for public purposes. This measure makes an exception for use of public property for certain projects. These projects would involve research and development of a technology. The technology could be a product, process or idea. A college or university would be able to let a business use its property to develop these kinds of projects. SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED? FOR THE AGAINST THE TOTAL PROPOSAL - YES PROPOSAL - NO VOTES ================ =============== ========= ADAIR 1,914 1,821 3,735 ALFALFA 1,220 744 1,964 ATOKA 1,601 1,369 2,970 BEAVER 815 1,051 1,866 BECKHAM 2,477 1,441 3,918 BLAINE 1,779 1,216 2,995 BRYAN 4,300 2,726 7,026 CADDO 3,786 2,344 6,130 CANADIAN 13,470 6,661 20,131 CARTER 6,861 3,802 10,663 CHEROKEE 5,186 3,812 8,998 CHOCTAW 1,883 1,203 3,086 CIMARRON 488 583 1,071 CLEVELAND 31,167 16,762 47,929 COAL 770 773 1,543 COMANCHE 13,584 6,585 20,169 COTTON 1,171 670 1,841 CRAIG 2,163 1,863 4,026 CREEK 9,593 5,829 15,422 CUSTER 4,446 2,092 6,538 DELAWARE 4,820 4,086 8,906 DEWEY 801 728 1,529 ELLIS 825 648 1,473 GARFIELD 10,218 5,659 15,877 GARVIN 3,378 2,635 6,013 GRADY 6,959 4,099 11,058 GRANT 1,221 764 1,985 GREER 819 654 1,473 HARMON 469 258 727 HARPER 753 647 1,400 HASKELL 1,194 1,359 2,553 HUGHES 1,692 1,503 3,195 JACKSON 3,680 2,090 5,770 JEFFERSON 766 623 1,389 JOHNSTON 1,449 983 2,432 KAY 8,163 4,899 13,062 KINGFISHER 2,438 1,671 4,109 KIOWA 1,779 1,018 2,797 LATIMER 1,213 1,265 2,478 LeFLORE 4,595 5,381 9,976 LINCOLN 4,663 3,483 8,146 LOGAN 5,107 2,771 7,878 LOVE 1,128 810 1,938 McCLAIN 3,910 2,650 6,560 McCURTAIN 2,711 3,022 5,733 McINTOSH 2,742 2,573 5,315 MAJOR 1,402 1,166 2,568 MARSHALL 1,990 1,410 3,400 MAYES 5,120 3,957 9,077 MURRAY 1,843 1,233 3,076 MUSKOGEE 9,342 7,234 16,576 NOBLE 1,900 1,304 3,204 NOWATA 1,719 1,199 2,918 OKFUSKEE 1,401 1,238 2,639 OKLAHOMA 97,164 43,848 141,012 OKMULGEE 4,788 3,176 7,964 OSAGE 6,335 3,818 10,153 OTTAWA 3,830 3,451 7,281 PAWNEE 2,289 1,478 3,767 PAYNE 10,868 4,955 15,823 PITTSBURG 5,862 5,747 11,609 PONTOTOC 6,139 4,146 10,285 POTTAWATOMIE 9,588 5,964 15,552 PUSHMATAHA 1,600 1,481 3,081 ROGER MILLS 670 629 1,299 ROGERS 10,723 6,324 17,047 SEMINOLE 3,462 2,516 5,978 SEQUOYAH 3,272 3,885 7,157 STEPHENS 8,542 4,445 12,987 TEXAS 2,047 1,940 3,987 TILLMAN 1,369 681 2,050 TULSA 94,518 38,391 132,909 WAGONER 8,547 4,957 13,504 WASHINGTON 9,634 4,081 13,715 WASHITA 1,819 1,071 2,890 WOODS 1,996 1,250 3,246 WOODWARD 3,055 1,984 5,039 STATE TOTAL: 509,001 288,585 797,586

STATE QUESTION 681 - LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM 311

This measure would amend the Oklahoma Constitution. It would amend Section 15 of Article 10. This measure would allow a state college or university to own technology. Technology could be a product, process or an idea. Higher education employees could also own technology. This measure would allow colleges or universities to own an interest in a private business. It would also let higher education employees own an interest in a private business. The private business would have to make a product or invent a process or other idea. The product or process or idea would come from help the business received. The help could be from being able to do the research at a college or university. Laws could be passed to control how a college or university owned a business interest. Laws could be passed to control how the employees could own a business interest. SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED? FOR THE AGAINST THE TOTAL PROPOSAL - YES PROPOSAL - NO VOTES ================ =============== ========= ADAIR 1,834 1,883 3,717 ALFALFA 1,136 821 1,957 ATOKA 1,441 1,539 2,980 BEAVER 746 1,109 1,855 BECKHAM 2,342 1,574 3,916 BLAINE 1,690 1,310 3,000 BRYAN 4,073 2,957 7,030 CADDO 3,623 2,514 6,137 CANADIAN 12,842 7,272 20,114 CARTER 6,555 4,119 10,674 CHEROKEE 4,991 3,987 8,978 CHOCTAW 1,799 1,299 3,098 CIMARRON 461 605 1,066 CLEVELAND 30,538 17,397 47,935 COAL 700 834 1,534 COMANCHE 13,264 6,930 20,194 COTTON 1,090 760 1,850 CRAIG 2,034 1,987 4,021 CREEK 9,232 6,176 15,408 CUSTER 4,263 2,276 6,539 DELAWARE 4,563 4,320 8,883 DEWEY 755 777 1,532 ELLIS 773 696 1,469 GARFIELD 9,742 6,120 15,862 GARVIN 3,237 2,784 6,021 GRADY 6,767 4,284 11,051 GRANT 1,120 876 1,996 GREER 775 687 1,462 HARMON 452 270 722 HARPER 699 706 1,405 HASKELL 1,118 1,441 2,559 HUGHES 1,623 1,560 3,183 JACKSON 3,388 2,392 5,780 JEFFERSON 710 674 1,384 JOHNSTON 1,381 1,050 2,431 KAY 7,686 5,383 13,069 KINGFISHER 2,276 1,832 4,108 KIOWA 1,712 1,099 2,811 LATIMER 1,154 1,312 2,466 LeFLORE 4,257 5,711 9,968 LINCOLN 4,542 3,620 8,162 LOGAN 4,977 2,903 7,880 LOVE 1,080 850 1,930 McCLAIN 3,822 2,745 6,567 McCURTAIN 2,549 3,162 5,711 McINTOSH 2,619 2,699 5,318 MAJOR 1,282 1,273 2,555 MARSHALL 1,888 1,512 3,400 MAYES 4,962 4,107 9,069 MURRAY 1,771 1,304 3,075 MUSKOGEE 8,789 7,805 16,594 NOBLE 1,839 1,364 3,203 NOWATA 1,659 1,268 2,927 OKFUSKEE 1,352 1,287 2,639 OKLAHOMA 95,295 45,758 141,053 OKMULGEE 4,628 3,340 7,968 OSAGE 6,173 3,970 10,143 OTTAWA 3,556 3,713 7,269 PAWNEE 2,190 1,582 3,772 PAYNE 10,436 5,365 15,801 PITTSBURG 5,565 6,052 11,617 PONTOTOC 5,792 4,472 10,264 POTTAWATOMIE 9,210 6,334 15,544 PUSHMATAHA 1,482 1,596 3,078 ROGER MILLS 596 702 1,298 ROGERS 10,318 6,726 17,044 SEMINOLE 3,313 2,689 6,002 SEQUOYAH 3,208 3,939 7,147 STEPHENS 7,942 5,034 12,976 TEXAS 1,887 2,106 3,993 TILLMAN 1,345 700 2,045 TULSA 91,772 40,996 132,768 WAGONER 8,169 5,316 13,485 WASHINGTON 9,228 4,477 13,705 WASHITA 1,743 1,155 2,898 WOODS 1,891 1,347 3,238 WOODWARD 2,884 2,143 5,027 STATE TOTAL: 490,596 306,734 797,330

STATE QUESTION 682 - LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM 312

This measure amends the Oklahoma Constitution. It would add a new section to the Constitution. It would add a section to Article 10. Article 10 deals with public indebtedness. The amendment would allow the state to enter into contracts. The contracts would be with counties and cities. The contracts would be for housing state inmates. The term of such a contract could be for as long as fifteen years. The amendment also provides that a county or city wanting to do this could build a jail or add to an existing jail. The county or city could pay for the jail by any method allowed by the Constitution or state law. SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED? FOR THE AGAINST THE TOTAL PROPOSAL - YES PROPOSAL - NO VOTES ================ =============== ========= ADAIR 1,656 2,055 3,711 ALFALFA 1,139 811 1,950 ATOKA 1,379 1,570 2,949 BEAVER 691 1,178 1,869 BECKHAM 2,094 1,801 3,895 BLAINE 1,605 1,388 2,993 BRYAN 3,673 3,281 6,954 CADDO 3,538 2,548 6,086 CANADIAN 10,790 9,174 19,964 CARTER 6,124 4,490 10,614 CHEROKEE 4,310 4,635 8,945 CHOCTAW 1,796 1,290 3,086 CIMARRON 509 562 1,071 CLEVELAND 25,881 21,470 47,351 COAL 671 851 1,522 COMANCHE 12,048 7,983 20,031 COTTON 1,015 817 1,832 CRAIG 1,851 2,166 4,017 CREEK 7,668 7,634 15,302 CUSTER 3,881 2,597 6,478 DELAWARE 4,018 4,862 8,880 DEWEY 808 723 1,531 ELLIS 744 715 1,459 GARFIELD 8,713 7,074 15,787 GARVIN 2,910 3,063 5,973 GRADY 6,308 4,684 10,992 GRANT 1,066 914 1,980 GREER 725 743 1,468 HARMON 428 279 707 HARPER 630 753 1,383 HASKELL 992 1,560 2,552 HUGHES 1,528 1,635 3,163 JACKSON 3,458 2,279 5,737 JEFFERSON 706 676 1,382 JOHNSTON 1,348 1,049 2,397 KAY 6,884 6,129 13,013 KINGFISHER 2,125 1,952 4,077 KIOWA 1,563 1,199 2,762 LATIMER 1,013 1,442 2,455 LeFLORE 4,175 5,786 9,961 LINCOLN 3,826 4,279 8,105 LOGAN 4,323 3,501 7,824 LOVE 1,013 889 1,902 McCLAIN 3,283 3,223 6,506 McCURTAIN 2,619 3,121 5,740 McINTOSH 2,216 3,067 5,283 MAJOR 1,278 1,263 2,541 MARSHALL 1,702 1,666 3,368 MAYES 4,207 4,812 9,019 MURRAY 1,534 1,487 3,021 MUSKOGEE 6,902 9,618 16,520 NOBLE 1,620 1,573 3,193 NOWATA 1,575 1,330 2,905 OKFUSKEE 1,192 1,431 2,623 OKLAHOMA 77,211 62,021 139,232 OKMULGEE 4,075 3,839 7,914 OSAGE 4,884 5,211 10,095 OTTAWA 3,289 3,964 7,253 PAWNEE 1,881 1,862 3,743 PAYNE 9,014 6,544 15,558 PITTSBURG 4,849 6,707 11,556 PONTOTOC 5,424 4,761 10,185 POTTAWATOMIE 8,206 7,256 15,462 PUSHMATAHA 1,450 1,632 3,082 ROGER MILLS 609 682 1,291 ROGERS 8,425 8,510 16,935 SEMINOLE 3,031 2,918 5,949 SEQUOYAH 3,088 4,066 7,154 STEPHENS 7,343 5,526 12,869 TEXAS 1,887 2,090 3,977 TILLMAN 1,309 734 2,043 TULSA 76,168 55,034 131,202 WAGONER 6,642 6,733 13,375 WASHINGTON 8,012 5,559 13,571 WASHITA 1,571 1,285 2,856 WOODS 1,731 1,494 3,225 WOODWARD 2,662 2,356 5,018 STATE TOTAL: 422,512 367,862 790,374

STATE QUESTION 683 - LEGISLATIVE REFERENDUM 313

This measure would amend Article 10 of the State Constitution. The measure adds a new section, Section 6D, to that Article. It exempts certain personal property from ad valorem tax. It exempts all "personal property used as pollution control property." The measure does not define the term "personal property used as pollution control property." The Legislature would define that term. SHALL THE PROPOSAL BE APPROVED? FOR THE AGAINST THE TOTAL PROPOSAL - YES PROPOSAL - NO VOTES ================ =============== ========= ADAIR 1,405 2,278 3,683 ALFALFA 804 1,132 1,936 ATOKA 1,103 1,819 2,922 BEAVER 491 1,378 1,869 BECKHAM 1,703 2,175 3,878 BLAINE 1,231 1,744 2,975 BRYAN 3,098 3,819 6,917 CADDO 2,809 3,250 6,059 CANADIAN 10,088 9,884 19,972 CARTER 6,000 4,636 10,636 CHEROKEE 3,769 5,170 8,939 CHOCTAW 1,404 1,622 3,026 CIMARRON 272 800 1,072 CLEVELAND 23,067 24,128 47,195 COAL 541 977 1,518 COMANCHE 10,524 9,391 19,915 COTTON 823 991 1,814 CRAIG 1,615 2,374 3,989 CREEK 7,119 8,141 15,260 CUSTER 3,155 3,323 6,478 DELAWARE 3,541 5,320 8,861 DEWEY 494 1,021 1,515 ELLIS 453 1,004 1,457 GARFIELD 7,666 8,062 15,728 GARVIN 2,651 3,331 5,982 GRADY 5,475 5,496 10,971 GRANT 818 1,163 1,981 GREER 588 852 1,440 HARMON 319 390 709 HARPER 398 990 1,388 HASKELL 811 1,738 2,549 HUGHES 1,254 1,896 3,150 JACKSON 2,707 3,021 5,728 JEFFERSON 573 789 1,362 JOHNSTON 1,082 1,303 2,385 KAY 6,370 6,638 13,008 KINGFISHER 1,801 2,280 4,081 KIOWA 1,108 1,649 2,757 LATIMER 915 1,533 2,448 LeFLORE 3,470 6,467 9,937 LINCOLN 3,532 4,553 8,085 LOGAN 3,860 3,930 7,790 LOVE 853 1,059 1,912 McCLAIN 2,936 3,522 6,458 McCURTAIN 2,011 3,677 5,688 McINTOSH 1,899 3,371 5,270 MAJOR 757 1,794 2,551 MARSHALL 1,504 1,867 3,371 MAYES 3,855 5,146 9,001 MURRAY 1,396 1,641 3,037 MUSKOGEE 6,702 9,733 16,435 NOBLE 1,424 1,763 3,187 NOWATA 1,297 1,600 2,897 OKFUSKEE 1,079 1,532 2,611 OKLAHOMA 73,919 64,847 138,766 OKMULGEE 3,474 4,414 7,888 OSAGE 4,703 5,382 10,085 OTTAWA 2,905 4,348 7,253 PAWNEE 1,653 2,083 3,736 PAYNE 7,616 7,867 15,483 PITTSBURG 4,293 7,223 11,516 PONTOTOC 4,699 5,481 10,180 POTTAWATOMIE 7,448 7,979 15,427 PUSHMATAHA 1,169 1,879 3,048 ROGER MILLS 413 883 1,296 ROGERS 7,683 9,217 16,900 SEMINOLE 2,692 3,234 5,926 SEQUOYAH 2,551 4,548 7,099 STEPHENS 5,935 6,902 12,837 TEXAS 1,414 2,575 3,989 TILLMAN 1,077 954 2,031 TULSA 73,101 57,751 130,852 WAGONER 6,533 6,814 13,347 WASHINGTON 7,204 6,386 13,590 WASHITA 1,252 1,599 2,851 WOODS 1,105 2,117 3,222 WOODWARD 1,636 3,387 5,023 STATE TOTAL: 381,095 407,033 788,128


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