The Creek County Democratic Party is pleased to announce it is offering up to two $1500 scholarships in 2023. Here’s how to apply.
The Creek County Democratic Party held its monthly meeting at the Bristow Community Center, June 15, 2021. The meeting was called to order at 6:40 p.m. by Chair Stan Johnson. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Johnson and Dewayne Scaife led the invocation. Kaleb Hoosier attended the meeting and announced his candidacy for Sapulpa…
The Creek County Democrats are delighted to announce the winners of their 2021 scholarships. The Creek County Democratic Party scholarships have been awarded for the last 9 years, and have honored longtime Democratic Party Chair Willene Wright and other party stalwarts, including Charlie and Juanita King. Kitty Bell, who attends Sapulpa High School, and…
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The topic of discussion was titled “Promises Unkept.” Ms. Littrell spoke about the “Together We Are Stronger” initiative put in place by the OEA two years ago.
The current chairman, Stan Johnson, was re-elected by unanimous affirmation among voting delegates, numbering about 20 present. Angie Goodwin was elected Vice-Chair and Charles Betzler was elected Secretary.
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Robbins will invite attendees to share their ideas how we as individuals can promote unity and overcome political polarization.
The meeting has moved to Freddie’s Steakhouse, where Myles will talk about Oklahoma now having the highest incarceration rate in the US.