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Whitehouse wins Creek County District 3 Commissioner seat

In nearly a 3-1 vote, Jarrod Whitehouse has been declared the winner of the seat left vacant by his father’s passing. All precincts have now reported in, and Whitehouse won 76.32% of the vote, while his challenger, Democrat candidate H. Chris Root has taken 23.68%. Unofficial numbers say a total of 1,292 votes were cast.
CREEK COUNTY, OK
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Throwback Tulsa: Voters oust four incumbent city councilors 10 years ago today

Tulsa voters exacted their revenge in Sept. 13, 2011's primary elections, ousting four of the six City Council incumbents who sought re-election. That year's election was to start the process of converting councilors to three-year, staggered terms. However, voters later approved initiatives that made municipal elections nonpartisan, returned City Council terms to two years and set elections to coincide with state and federal election cycles.
TULSA, OK
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The Biden Administration is working feverishly and spending tens of millions of dollars to secure a national border. But that border is between Tajikistan and Afghanistan, not the southern border of the United States. The U.S. Embassy in Dushanbe has started a project to construct new facilities for a Border...
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Politcal notebook: Masks, vaccines, Afghan immigrants and the 2020 elections roil Republican politics

Riled Republicans: Masks, vaccination, Afghan immigrants and the 2020 presidential election had Oklahoma Republicans of various stripes in a tizzy last week. State GOP Chairman John Bennett, whose legislative career was marked by sharp anti-Muslim rhetoric, reverted to form with a video on the state party website condemning the evacuation of Afghan nationals to the United States.
TULSA, OK
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Governor Stitt responds to President Biden's COVID mandate plan

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Governor Kevin Stitt is responding to President Biden's new COVID mandates. Stitt said he believes it's not the government's role to dictate to private businesses what to do. Once again President Biden is demonstrating his complete disregard for individual freedoms and states’ rights. As long as...
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Several Bond Proposals For Green Country Schools On Ballot As Early Voting Begins

Early voting begins Thursday for Tuesday’s election and there are several issues on ballots across Green Country. Some people in Tulsa, Rogers and Washington Counties can vote on a $10 million bond proposal for Collinsville Schools. If passed, the money would go toward building additions for the early childhood center, classrooms, and an expanded cafeteria for the upper elementary school. It would also go toward a softball locker room, dug out and athletic complex.
TULSA, OK
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Meet Jarrod Whitehouse, Republican candidate for District 3 Commissioner

Lifelong Bristow resident Jarrod Whitehouse tells Sapulpa Times that his motivation for running for his father’s empty Creek County District #3 Commissioner seat is based on the duty and commitment he feels for his district. Whitehouse explained that his father, Lane Whitehouse, worked for former District #3 Commissioner Roger Boomer,...
CREEK COUNTY, OK
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Meet Chris Root, Democrat candidate for District 3 Commissioner

Chris Root, 63, of Bristow, is running for District 3 Creek County Commissioner. When asked why voters should elect him, Root replied:. “I truly believe I am the right choice for County Commissioner, District 3. I have lived my entire life in the Bristow area on our family-owned and operated cattle ranch.
CREEK COUNTY, OK
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Seven seek Muscogee Council Tulsa District B seat

Absentee voting is underway for the Sept. 18 Muscogee Nation primary election, which will help determine much of the makeup of the Muscogee National Council, and there is no shortage of candidates seeking the Tulsa District B seat. Issues raised by candidates have included tribal sovereignty, the way the National...
TULSA, OK
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Early voting for the Collinsville Public Schools Special Bond Election will begin September 9. Early voting is from September 9-10 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the County Election Board at 555 N. Denver Ave. “You do not need to provide an excuse to vote early,” said Tulsa County...
TULSA, OK
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Meet the Candidate – Anthony Beaver

Mvskoke Media speaks with Tulsa District Seat B candidate Anthony Beaver. Mvskoke Media has contacted the campaigns of all the candidates in the MCN 2021 elections to offer an opportunity to take part in a livestream where citizens can ask questions in the chat. Each livestream will focus on a single candidate, and candidates are not required to participate. Candidates were given until August 13, 2021 to contact Mvskoke Media to schedule their livestream.
TULSA, OK
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Request Collinsville School Election Absentee Ballot

Voters in Washington County who want absentee ballots mailed to them for the September 14, Collinsville I-6 Special School Election should apply now. Washington County Election Board Secretary Yvonne House said absentee ballots are available to any registered voter, provided they are eligible to vote in the election requested. No excuse is needed to vote by absentee ballot.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, OK
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Coweta Special Election early voting starts Thursday

Voters living in the city limits of Coweta will have an election on Sept. 14. Early voting is Thursday, Sept. 9 and Friday, Sept. 10. Registered voters living in the city limits of Coweta will vote on increasing the sales tax by one cent to fund projects. Early voting will be held at the Wagoner County Election Board, located at 208 N. Lee Ave. in Wagoner. The Election Board is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
COWETA, OK