Voters across northeast Oklahoma head to the polls Tuesday, deciding on everything from school bond issues to runoff elections.
In Tulsa County, the big items on the ballot concern proposed improvements at the Tulsa County jail and a juvenile justice center.
Proposition One calls for a $.041 sales tax increase for the county's juvenile justice center.
Proposition Two is a $.026 sales tax increase for improvements to the jail.
Proposition One/Two Sample Ballots
There is some opposition to the jail improvement proposition.
4/1/2014 Related Story: Tulsa County Sheriff Asks For Support In Jail Improvements Vote
3/28/2014 Related Story: Fliers Against Tulsa Jail Tax: 'Taxpayers Don't Have Money To Burn'
Polls are open until 7 p.m.
Here is a list of other elections across northeastern Oklahoma:
Tulsa Schools Board Office No. 4
Bixby City Councilor Ward 4
Prop 1: $3,530,000 Construction Bond
Prop 2: $1,145,000 Transportation Bond
Sand Springs City Councilor Ward 4
Prop 1: Jail Sales Tax
Prop 2: Courthouse Sales Tax
Briggs School Board Office No. 1
Sapulpa Sales Tax Extension
$850,000 Construction Bond
$520,000 Construction Bond
$4,480,000 Construction Bond
Talihina Town Clerk-Treasurer
$13,480,000 Construction Bond
Haskell Schools Board Office No. 4
Nowata Commissioner Ward 2
Muscogee (Creek) Council House Sales Proceeds
Beggs Schools Board Office No. 4
Prop 1: $260,000 Construction Bond
Prop 2: $90,000 Transportation Bond
City of Jennings Sales Tax Increase
Cleveland City Councilor Ward 2
McAlester City Councilor Ward 6
$28,980,000 Construction Bond
$300,000 Transportation Bond
Prop 1: Hotel Tax Increase
Prop 2: Clerk-Treasurer Appointment
Sallisaw Chief of Police
Prop 1: $34,200,000 Construction Bond
Prop 2: $300,000 Transportation Bond
Dewey City Councilor Ward 1