Candidates for the Guthrie city council and mayor position, along with Board of Education candidates throughout Logan County, can begin filing their declaration of candidacy on December 3.
Representative Garry Mize addresses the House floor for the first time as a legislator.
Three representatives with constituents in Logan County, along with all the newly-elected members of the Oklahoma House of Representatives, took their oath of office in the House chamber at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City.
Senator Chuck Hall, R-Perry, was sworn into office in the Senate chamber at the State Capitol on Wednesday afternoon.
State Senator Chuck Hall is now officially on the job as State Senator for District 20. The Perry Republican was sworn in during a ceremony at the Capitol on Wednesday as friends, family and other supporters looked on from inside the Senate Chamber.
Election night went just about as expected as Logan County saw three local races and one county question on a crowded ballot.
The 2018 General Election is here in Oklahoma and Guthrie News Page will bring you all the results as they come in. As in every election, results are not official until the Logan County Election Board certifies all the votes on Friday. Polls are open until 7 p.m. and the results generally start coming in […]
Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the November 6 Federal State and County General Election, Special Election for Cashion School District, and Logan County EMS Question for voters in the following school districts: Mulhall-Orlando, Coyle, Perkins-Tryon, Luther, Covington-Douglas and Wellston, Logan County Election Board Secretary Sheleen Winscott said.
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 […]