Oklahoma Corporation Commission candidate Brooks Mitchell spoke at the public forum held by The First Capital Republican Women and the Logan County GOP.
The First Capital Republican Women (FCRW) and the Logan County GOP hosted a public forum Thursday evening for three Republican candidates running for Logan County Commissioner District 2.
The First Capital Republican Women (FCRW) and the Logan County GOP will host a Republican Candidates Forum on Thursday, May 24, at 7:00 p.m.
Two office holders will face opponents in their party primary in June, according to the Logan County Election Board records.
After the Logan County Election Board finalizes the numbers, Guthrie resident AJ Griffin will take the seat of the State Senate next week.
Voters in Logan County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the April 3 Annual School Runoff and Special State Senate 20 Election should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Erin Dorio said today. Although the County Election Board can accept applications for absentee ballots until 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28, Dorio […]
Super Tuesday turned out just as expected in both Logan County and Oklahoma with voters selecting President Barack Obama as the Democratic primary winner and Rick Santorum as the Republican primary winner.
CNN News will be broadcasting in downtown Guthrie for Super Tuesday’s Presidential Preferential Primary.
Despite not winning her own county, Ann “AJ” Griffin will represent the Republican party in the April election for the Senate District 20 seat.
Story submitted by Kim Querry on KFOR.com. Voters in a Kingfisher, Logan, Noble and Pawnee counties will be heading to the polls next week to voice their opinion on the District 20 State Senate seat.
The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce held a public forum for the candidates and the upcoming election for the Senate District seat #20.
Logan County Economic Development Council and the Guthrie and Crescent Chambers of Commerce will host a Republican Candidates Forum at 6:30 pm on Thursday evening, January 26th at Lucille’s Restaurant in Mulhall.
The Chamber of Commerce will host a televised forum for the five candidates running for the Senate District #20 seat.
In last week’s article, I articulated my support for the proposal to change House rules so that all bills receive a hearing in committee. I strongly believe in the principle that each proposal should receive an on-the-record vote so the constituents of each Representative will know where their legislator stands on each issue.