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March 29, 2014

Ward 4 candidate voting records

NORMAN — Voting records were obtained from the Cleveland County Election Board with a public records request by the Transcript. These voting records may not be inclusive of a candidate’s full voting history and do not include voting information outside of Cleveland County.

Gregory Joseph Jungman:

Annual school elections — Feb. 11, 2014

Special elections November — Nov. 12, 2013

Municipal/ annual school runoff — April 2, 2013

Annual school elections — Feb. 12, 2013

General election — Nov. 6, 2012

Runoff primary election — Aug. 28, 2012

Primary election — June 26, 2012

Presidential preferential primary — March 6, 2012

General election — Nov. 2, 2010

Runoff primary election — Aug. 24, 2010

Primary election — July 27, 2010

Municipal primary election — March 2, 2010

Special election — Dec. 8, 2009

Special election — Dec. 9, 2008

General election — Nov. 4, 2008

Municipal general election — May 13, 2008

Municipal primary election — March 4, 2008

Presidential preferential primary — Feb. 5, 2008

Municipal primary election — March 6, 2007

General election — Nov. 7, 2006

Runoff primary election — Aug. 22, 2006

Primary election — July 25, 2006

General election — Nov. 2, 2004

Presidential preferential primary - Feb. 3, 2004

General election — Nov. 5, 2002

Special statewide election — Sept. 25, 2001

General election — Nov. 7, 2000

Annual school elections — Feb. 8, 2000

Rhett Michael Jones:

Annual school elections — Feb. 11, 2014

Municipal/annual school runoff — April 2, 2013

General election — Nov. 6, 2012

Runoff primary election — Aug. 28, 2012

Annual school runoff elections — April 3, 2012

Presidential preferential primary — March 6, 2012

Municipal primary election — March 1, 2011

Municipal primary election — March 2, 2010

William Henry Hickman:

Annual school — Feb. 11, 2014

General election — Nov. 6, 2012

General election — Nov. 2, 2010

Primary election — July 27, 2010

Special election — Dec. 8, 2009

General election — Nov. 4, 2008

Presidential preferential primary — Feb. 5, 2008

General election — Nov. 2, 2004

 

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