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Voters decide school bonds and local government positions

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA_Voters made their voices heard and have a decided a handful of school bond issues and local government positions.

In Altus, voters elected Kevin McAuliffe to represent Ward 2 as a councilman. Chad Osborne was elected as the street commissioner.

Voters in Greer County have elected Terry Nickell. He'll continue to represent District 2.

Boone-Apache voters passed their school bond with 76 percent of the vote. The bond will finance a new gym, restrooms, concession facility and event center.

Bray-Doyle voters approved both of their school bonds with 69 and 73 percent of the vote. The two proposals will allow the school to build a new high school, build a safe room, purchase three school busses and make technology upgrades.

Velma-Alma voters passed their school bond with a staggering 90 percent in favor. The approved bond will provide money to make repairs and remodel the school.


Altus Councilmember Ward 2
Kevin McAuliffe – 485 votes 63%
Jimmy Geigle – 280 votes 37%

Altus Street Commissioner
Chad Osborne – 466 votes 60 %
Phillip Beauchamp – 311 votes 40%

Greer County Commissioner No. 2
Terry Nickell – 131 votes 58%
Greg Stehr – 94 votes 42%

Boone-Apache Public Schools Prop. 1
Yes – 325 votes 76%
No – 105 votes 24%

Bray-Doyle Public Schools Prop. 1
Yes – 176 votes 69%
No – 78 votes 31%

Bray-Doyle Public Schools Prop. 2
Yes – 187 votes 73%
No – 68 votes 27%

Velma-Alma Public Schools Prop. 1
Yes – 229 votes 90%
No – 25 votes 10%

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