Voters across northeast Oklahoma will decide a wide variety of issues on Tuesday.
Voters in the Tulsa Public Schools district will decide the fate of four bond issues totaling $415 million. If passed the bonds will pay for construction to transportation needs to technology purchases.
Voters in Owasso will decide eight different propositions about how the city is run.
The city of Sapulpa has four bond issues on the ballot that would pay for water treatment, sewer, parks and animal shelter projects.
The cities of Sand Springs, Bristow, McAlester and Commerce are also holding municipal elections.
Other school districts with bond issues decided Tuesday are Keystone, Liberty, Hulbert, Briggs, Haskell, Gypsy, Grove, Kansas, Kinta, Spiro, Osage, Okmulgee, Miami, Warner and Frink-Chambers.
You'll be able to find the results Tuesday night here on NewsOn6.com.