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TULSA, OK -- The biggest school bond in Oklahoma history got an overwhelming vote of approval by Tulsa voters on Tuesday.

The Tulsa Public Schools $354 million bond issue proposal was broken into four parts.

The first and largest proposition -- $261,415,000 -- is for building upgrades and renovations, including a complete facelift for East Central High School. It passed.

Yes 19,042
No 6,486

The second has a $19,600,000 price tag which focuses on adding, renovating and stocking libraries throughout Tulsa Public Schools.  It passed.

Yes 19,219
No 6,304

The third proposition adds $11,695,000 to enhance and outfit the district's bus fleet. It passed.

Yes 18,074
No 6,098

The fourth totaling $61,290,000, would add more textbooks, computers and other classroom items. It passed.

Yes 18,815
No 6,098

Tulsa Public School Superintendent Dr Keith Ballard thanked Tulsa voters for their support.