Creek County Democratic Party
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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.
Lots of changes coming up for officers. Read the details inside.
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.
Dinner is served at 6:00 pm at a cost of $8.00 per person (includes tip). There is no charge for the meeting, which begins at 6:30 PM.
The Creek County Democrats will be holding their biennial precinct meetings Thursday, March 9, at 7:00 p.m. Meetings will be held in Sapulpa, Bristow, and Drumright. These meetings are the first step in electing new leadership for the Democratic Party at the county, congressional district, and state levels. Precinct officers will be elected, and those […]
It’s not too late to apply for the Creek County Democratic Party’s 2017 Scholarship. In the past, scholarships have been awarded to students from Bristow, Mannford, Depew, Kellyville, Drumright, and Sapulpa. The Democrats hope to award two $1000 scholarships in 2017. The scholarship competition is open to all graduating seniors who 1) are residents of […]