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Tulsa sees three charter amendments pass

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November 12, 2009

TULSA, Oklahoma: The city of Tulsa, Oklahoma saw three charter amendments pass after the November 3, 2009 election results came in. The three charter amendments and their impact follows:[1]

  • Proposition 1 requires candidates for city auditor to be certified public accountants or certified internal auditors. 84% voted in favor.
  • Proposition 2 rearranges City Council elections so three seats will be on the ballot each year for three-year terms. 56% voted in favor.
  • Proposition 3 requires that both the mayor and council approve any claim or lawsuit settlement of $1 million or more. 65% voted in favor.

See also

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* Oklahoma 2010 ballot measures

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