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Oklahoma City Board of Education Office 5

The primary election for Office 5, Oklahoma City Board of Education, will be held on Tuesday, February 13. Because there are three candidates, if no candidate wins a majority of the votes, a runoff election will be held on April 3.School board elections are nonpartisan, and all registered voters living in this district are eligible to vote.Composed of seven members and a chair elected by district patrons, the Oklahoma City Public Schools Board of Education enacts policy, performs appraisals of policies and procedures, makes provisions of financial resources, maintains public relations, and continues educational planning and development.Ruth Veales won election on February 13, 2018 with 58.66% of the vote (955 votes).

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