2020 Election Coverage
Recent Election News
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.
Governor hopeful Dan Fisher is drumming up support in Sapulpa, running on a campaign of state sovereignty and abolishment of abortion.
DeLong is a fourth-generation resident of Creek County who has been endorsed by Brian Bingman.
Only Ward 5 will see a change in seat as Bruce Bledsoe replaces incumbent Alan H. Jones.
There are three Sapulpa City Council Seats up for election, and one Mounds School Board Seat.
Results for Sapulpa City Councilor Ward 2 show lackluster participation, netting under 80 votes total.
Four candidates in one ward mean we’re in for a primary, and there have been inquiries into the eligibility of one candidate.
Richardson’s primary platforms include making turnpikes free roads again, and lots of accountability.