(KTEN) — Tuesday was Election Day in Oklahoma, where citizens in a number of communities voted on municipal and school issues.

In Durant, there were three seats at stake on the City Council.

Mike Simulescu took down his opponent, Mike Davis, in a 67-33% decision for the Ward 4 seat.

In Ward 2, Lauran Fuller, Todd O'Neal and Jason Downs squared off. Fuller wins this seat with about 58% of the vote.

Amy Hazell and Martin Tucker battled for the at-large councilmember seat. Tucker squeezed out a victory with 54% of the votes.

Voters also decided on two bonds on Tuesday. Achille Public Schools asked voters to approve a $6.7 million bond issue. Oklahoma schools need a 60% majority to pass a bond. Sixty-two percent of Achille voters gave the thumbs up, which is good enough to pass.

And Wapanucka Public Schools sought approval for a $500,000 bond split into two propositions.

The first would add security upgrades, roof repairs, and sports facility maintenance. Sixty-four percent of voters gave their approval for Proposition 1.

And 66% of voters agreed to give the school district money for two new school buses.