Tulsa Mayor, Former Mayors Tout Tuesday's Vision Tax Vote
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa County voters go to the polls on Tuesday to decide the fate of the Vision Tulsa sales tax extension.
The city’s current mayor, Dewey Bartlett Jr., joined former Tulsa mayors at a news conference to show their support for the nearly $885 million plan.
There are three major parts to Vision Tulsa -- public safety, transportation, and economic development.
Former mayor Roger Randle (1988-1992) says packages like Vision Tulsa are more than just an investment in the community.
"These kinds of packages constitute a statement of belief in the future of the community,” Randle said. “And that's why it is so tremendously important for us to support it."
The propositions won't raise taxes, but would extend the Vision 2025 sales tax already in place.
You'll vote on each proposition separately.