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Tulsa School District Bond Measures, 4 (March 2010)

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There were four Tulsa School District Bond Measures on the March 2 ballot in Tulsa County for voters in the Tulsa school district.

The first bond proposed was in the amount of $261,415,000 in order to help equip, remodel construct and improve school sites throughout the district.

YES 19,042 (74.59%)Approveda
NO 6,486 (25.41%)

The second proposed bond was in the amount of $19,600,000 and will be used to acquire new library books, equipment and remodel and improve school libraries throughout the district.[1]

YES 19,219 (75.3%)Approveda
NO 6,304 (24.7%)

The third proposed bond was in the amount of $11,695,000 and will be used to help purchase transportation equipment for the school district.

YES 18,074 (72.6%)Approveda
NO 6,822 (27.4%)

The fourth proposed bond was in the amount of $61,290,000 and will be used to buy new textbooks, learning equipment and upgrading technology in school classrooms.[2]

YES 18,815 (75.52%)Approveda
NO 6,098 (24.48%)[3]

All these proposed bonds are furthering the school district's capital improvement plans that have been ongoing since 1995. Passing these bonds will not increase local property taxes, they would remain at the current rate.[4]

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