Tulsa voters head to the polls Tuesday. They'll decide whether to extend the city's third-penny sales tax.

Supporters rallied on Riverside over the weekend. Among them was former Mayor Roger Randle.

This package is the largest in the third-penny's history. More than $460-million would fund street improvements, sewer, flood control, parks and recreation, and police and fire.

Rodger Randle: "Tulsa's a great city, but one reason it's a great city is because we take care of it. And the third penny sales tax makes possible the maintenance of our city in the kind of fashion that a great city ought to be maintained.”

Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor says Tulsa's infrastructure depends on the third penny tax, which originated in 1980.

Tulsans have voted to extend it four times.