A Rush Springs School propostion for site renovations failed to pass the majority vote on Tuesday night.
The proposition fell just short of the required 60% majority vote with 53% yes votes,
according to the Oklahoma Election Board's unofficial results.
Currently, results show that 282 Grady County voters were for the proposition and 249 voters were against the proposition.
The $3.9 million bond measure was intended to cover several improvements to the Rush Springs school campus including security, remodeling the auditorium and new track and field facilities.