2018 Election Coverage
Time Left to Request an Absentee Ballot
Creek and Tulsa County Republicans have the first and final say on who will represent District 30 for the next two years. The June 26 primary will essentially act as the general election for District 30 state representative as there is no Democratic competitor.
Recent Election News
Businessman and minister Daniel DeLong comes from a long line of Creek County residents.
Prescott, an employee of the City of Sapulpa, is running to be Creek County’s Assessor.
JaNell Enlow, incumbent to the Creek County Assessor Seat, talks about the job the Assessor has, and the successes she’s had while holding the position.
Threadgill says he is inspired by our teachers, and disappointed in our state government.
Business owner Jake Rowland talks to Sapulpa Times about his bid for State Representative of District 30.
Lawson, a one-term incumbent for District 30, talks to Sapulpa Times about the successes of his first two years.
A group dedicated to shedding new light on the upcoming medical marijuana question has filed to formally oppose SQ788.
Byassee spent seven years in the Treasurer’s office and the last four in the Assessor’s office. She’s looking to return to the Treasurer’s office in a big way.
David Smith initially applied to run for Assessor, but was told there was a greater need for change in the Treasurers office. Here’s why he believes he’ll be the best choice for your vote.
Says that some of the comments going around are “fueling misinformation”.
Important Dates to Remember
Deadline to request absentee ballot:
5 p.m. June 20
Thursday, June 21, 8 AM - 6 PM
Friday, June 22 8 AM - 6 PM
Saturday, June 23 9 AM - 2 PM
Learn More About The Candidates
House District 30
Creek County Assessor
Creek County Treasurer