The upcoming year is shaping up to be full of elections for Rogers County voters to care about.
Despite the fact that 2019 is not a general or midterm election year, so far three elections of import to Rogers County citizens have been announced.
The first, Feb. 12, will either have one item or two depending on where the voter lives.
County-wide, voters can expect a proposition to reestablish the one cent sales tax that failed in the 2018 primary.
Voters within school districts where multiple people are running for school board seats will also vote of for the board of education primary elections.
The deadline to register to vote in this election is January 18.
The second election, March 5, will give voters living within the Claremore Public School District an opportunity to pass or reject a $30 million school bond.
The deadline to register to vote in this election is February 8.
The third election, April 2, will be for candidates on various school boards and in various municipalities across the county.
Voters within school districts where multiple people are running for school board seats will vote for the board of education general election.
Voters living within city limits of any municipality will be able to vote in a general election for elected offices in their respective municipality.
The filing period to run as a candidate for municipal elections is February 4, 5 and 6.
The deadline to register to vote in this election is March 8.
Seven additional election dates are available for special propositions and two for special elections of candidates throughout the remainder of 2019.
Voters are reminded that requesting absentee ballots and updating voter registration can now be done online at rogerscoutnyelectionboard.org.
Check claremoreprogress.com for news coverage specific to each election.