2020 Election Coverage
Recent Election News
The repeal of an old Blue Law hopes to make independent liquor stories in Creek County competitive again.
A combination of hard copies and electronic tabulations, combined with a standard in voting machines across the state, make for “one of the most reliable, most accurate, most secure, most efficient, most cost-effective, and speediest voting systems in the entire world.”
Voters have until Wednesday, Feb. 26 to request a mail absentee ballot for the March 3 Presidential Preferential Primary Election.
The Sapulpa 2020 GO Bond Advisory and Oversight Board was announced and approved at Monday night’s City Council meeting.
The $40 million Bond Package promises sweeping updates to Sapulpa’s streets, parks, downtown, fire stations, golf course and more.
Learn more about each of the propositions, plus answers to your questions about this important GO Bond Election.
“This is not merely a matter of spurring growth for growth’s sake. As the rest of the metro moves forward, Sapulpa is in danger of sliding backwards into being a largely undesirable area of the metro.”
What does GO Bond mean? What is a “millage rate?” These answers and more inside.
The Town Halls’ Q&A hopes to give “the best information to make an informed decision.”
Both Sapulpa and Bristow liquor stores offered to handle the cost of putting the question on the ballot.