All precincts have now reported in, and Whitehouse won 76.32% of the vote, while his challenger, has taken 23.68%.
“Working with my dad, I’ve become familiar with every mile of District 3. I understand the county’s needs, be it budgetary, construction, road maintenance, or the improvement of life.”
“I feel my experience and work history would be beneficial as your county commissioner. I want to give back by providing a much-needed service to our county.”
See these and other results in today’s Creek County election.
Sapulpa Times reached out to the five candidates for Creek County Commissioner District #3 to get more information on why District #3 constituents should get their vote.
The bonds, which passed yesterday, are not projected to increase taxes based on the assessed property valuations and taxation over the past three years.
Tuesday’s special Election calls for a vote on two School Bond propositions issued by Sapulpa Public Schools. See details inside.
Smaller, more rural fire departments stand to gain the most, though Sapulpa might be carrying the majority of the tax burden.
Governor Kevin Stitt has called a special election to fill the vacancy in the office of Creek County Commissioner District Three, County Election Board Secretary Joy Naifeh said on Thursday, January 29th.
A Sewer Tax Election in effect for Sapulpa since 1998 has been renewed today as the polling results report a “Yes” vote of 321 to only 124 “No” votes.