Voters in the Waupun and Randolph School District’s won’t be the only ones heading to the polls on November 3rd to vote on a referendum. Residents in the Oakfield School District will also consider a referendum that would allow the district to exceed its revenue caps by a total of $2.6-million over the next four years. District Administrator Joe Heinzelman says they are simply asking to continue to exceed revenue caps for another four years. In 2006, voters approved a referendum that allowed the district to exceed its caps by $600,000 a year. Heinzelman says they are asking for the same amount the first two years and $700,000 a year the final two years.