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Breakdown on how each precinct voted in the Guthrie school bond issue

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Voters of the Guthrie Public School district denied a $2.4 million bond that would have gone toward replacing school building roofs and windows, technology and repairs to the high school track.

Here is the breakdown on how each precinct voted in Tuesday’s election.

Breakdown on how each precinct voted in the Guthrie school bond issue

A super majority of sixty percent was needed to pass the bond, but the school district received 52.5 percent yes votes to 47.5 percent no votes or 3,112 to 2,810 votes.

Related story: Superintendent: “This ultimately saddens me for our students and staff”

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