2019 Election Coverage

Recent Election News

New trustees in Kellyville looking to bring unity and progress

Newly-elected trustee John Taylor says he’s looking forward to working with the others “as professionals, not personalities, for the good of the town.”

Letter to the Editor: Chief Bill John Baker is too far left

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GOP’s “Enthusiastic” Breakfast and Convention

Speakers discuss GOP values and the “constructive culture” already taking shape under the new Oklahoma Governor.

Filing deadline for upcoming election is today.

Joy Naifeh, Secretary of the County Election Board, said the filing period ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday, February 6. 

Filing date for several elections coming this week

Municipal Candidate Filings Set to Begin Monday, February 4, 2019 Candidates for municipal office in six Creek County municipalities may file Declarations of Candidacy beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, February 4. Joy Naifeh, Secretary of the County Election Board, said the filing period ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday, February 6. Declarations of Candidacy will be…

Judge for yourself: Kelly Hake and John Dunn answer questions

Both men were forthcoming, attentive to detail, and passionate about the law, and made for interesting interview subjects.

Runoff Results: Lawson and Enlow retain their seats, Stitt wins Republican nomination for governor

For several of the runoffs, it was too close to tell until the voting had been fully reported.

Kevin Stitt finds warm reception on Saturday visit to Sapulpa

Stitt goes up against Cornett on Tuesday. The winner will face off against Democratic candidate Drew Edmondson in November.

Dem. Congress Candidate Frankie Robbins will hold a Town Hall on Monday

Robbins will invite attendees to share their ideas how we as individuals can promote unity and overcome political polarization.

Lt. Governor Candidate Matt Pinnell visits Sapulpa

The Lt. Governor Candidate talks about his plans to diversify our state’s income and shrink the skills gap.

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