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Oklahoma Voices: May 13 Elections (May 12, 2008)
Voters in Norman and Oklahoma County are being asked to approve ballot issues costing millions of dollars May 13. Norman residents will decide the fate of a sales tax increase, while the Cleveland County electorate will also vote on a millage increase for the Pioneer Library System.

Oklahoma County government is asking the voters to approve five different bond proposals totaling $84.5 million. The biggest of these is money to buy the closed General Motors plant in Oklahoma City. The facility would then be leased to Tinker Air Force Base to help consolidate and streamline its operations.

KGOU News Director Scott Gurian speaks with Norman Mayor Cindy Rosenthal about what voters there will face. And Kurt Gwartney plays back an event sponsored by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce May 5.

City of Norman

Oklahoma County Bond Issue

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