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Cameron voters decide sales tax issue

September 10, 2013

Cameron voters are deciding today on a proposed 2 percent sales tax to help fund city governmental operations.
This will be the second time voters hit the polls to cast their ballot in favor or against the tax, having previously been defeated in November 2012. The earlier vote was close, the tax failing by 2 votes, creating a 2.6 percent margin.
Cameron voters are casting their ballots for the special municipal election at the Cameron School from until 7 p.m.
Voters in Oklahoma elections must be able to provide a valid photo identification card or their voter registrations card, Steele said.
Persons who become physically incapacitated by injury, childbirth or illness this week and and are unable to go to the polls may be able to vote on an emergency basis.
The unofficial results will be released later tonight.

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