State-wide elections dominated the Tuesday primary runoff ballots, but two races within Logan County were decided, including the District 1 county commissioner race and District 38 House of Representatives.
The polling place for Precinct 305 in Logan County has been changed for the upcoming runoff primary. The change comes after last week’s structure fire.
Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux has endorsed candidate Marven Goodman in the runoff race for county commissioner.
While most of Logan County voters will sit back and prepare for a November ballot, a few thousand voters will need to decide between candidates in an August runoff to prepare for November.
Primary election day is here in Oklahoma and Guthrie News Page will bring you all the local results as they come in.
The Democrat primary forum for Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner was held June 21 inside the Territorial Capital Sports Museum in Guthrie. Candidates Beau Williams, Ashley Nicole McCray and Blake Cummings fielded questions on some of the important topics for Oklahoma.
The Democrat primary forum for State Representative District 31 was held June 21 inside the Territorial Capital Sports Museum in Guthrie. Candidate Kara Sawyer fielded questions on some of the important topics for Oklahoma.
With less than one week remaining until voters head out to the polls, candidates continue to hit the campaign trail and raising money. The latest campaign funding dollars have been filed with the State for the local Senate, Representative and District Attorney races.
The Republican primary forum for State Representative District 31 was held June 18 inside Guthrie City Hall. Candidates Garry Mize, Barry Niles and Rod Baker’s representative fielded questions on some of the important topics for Oklahoma.
The Republican primary forum for State Senate District 20 was held June 18 inside Guthrie City Hall. Candidates Aiya Kelley and Chuck Hall fielded questions on some of the important topics for Oklahoma.
Logan and Payne County District Attorney candidate Jill Ochs Tontz participated in the Republican Primary Candidates Forum inside Guthrie City Hall on June 11, 2018.
Oklahoma Gubernatorial candidates Kevin Stitt and Gary Jones participated in the Republican Primary Candidates Forum inside Guthrie City Hall on June 11, 2018.
State Superintendent candidate Linda Murphy participated in the Republican Primary Candidates Forum inside Guthrie City Hall on June 11, 2018.
One of the big expenses for political candidates in Oklahoma is one that unfortunately also costs taxpayers money. The illegal placement of campaign materials along state highways is considered littering by state law. While spots along highways, interstates or even along bridges and overpasses may seem like an ideal place to advertise for a candidate […]
Due to family concerns, a candidate for the Oklahoma House of Representatives is dropping out of the race for District 31.
Kara Sawyer, a 17 year resident of Guthrie, is seeking the office of State House of Representative District 31. She is currently teaching special education with students of severe and profound disabilities for Guthrie Public Schools.
Oklahoma Senate approves FY’19 budget giving education, mental health, criminal justice reform significant increases
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Senate on Wednesday approved a $7.6 billion general appropriations bill for Fiscal Year 2019 that gives significant funding increases for common education, mental health services, child welfare programs, and criminal justice reform.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today signed a bill that creates a pilot program, overseen by state agriculture officials and Oklahoma’s higher education institutions, allowing permits to grow industrial hemp.
Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Barry Niles, USAR, announces his candidacy on the Republican ticket for State Representative, District 31, an area that encompasses Guthrie, Cashion, Cedar Valley, Cimarron City, and Edmond. Niles and his wife Debra have lived and raised their eight children in the south Logan County area for over 35 years.
Throughout the past two weeks I have written of my criteria for determining if my elected officials have become co-opted members of the political class.