Plus, see the results from several state offices, and which ones will go to runoff in August.
The list from the Creek County Election Board has at least two candidates vying for each seat in the upcoming June 28 Primary Election.
Todd Gollihare, a 25-year combat veteran of the United States Marine Corps and former Chief United States Probation Officer, announced last week that he is officially a candidate for state Senate District 12.
“Oklahomans who want to change party affiliation, must submit their change no later than March 31.”
Voters who will not be able to make it to the polls on Election Day have the option of voting early at their County Election Board.
The candidate will still appear on the ballot, but she says she’s no longer seeking to be a city councilor.
Sapulpa renews its 2-cent sales tax, and the Ward 2 seat will head to a runoff between incumbent Carla Gunn and newcomer London Dobson.
The flyer—which contains inaccurate information regarding city council candidates and the 2-cent sales tax renewal, has been described as “an attempt to inject partisan politics into the city.”
The annual voter registration report released by the State Election Board last week shows an increase in voter registration for all political parties except one.
Voters in Precinct 112 will be temporarily moving to a new polling location.