Charlie Meadows wins County Commissioner race

Charlie Meadows will be the next Logan County Commissioner for District 2 for the next 18 months following a special election win on Tuesday.

Meadows collected nearly half of the 1,120 votes cast from the 11 polling precincts.

He finished with 525 total votes (46.88%) over Floyd Coffman’s 312 votes (27.86%), and Wayne Elder’s 283 votes (25.27%).

Of the 11 precincts, Meadows and Elder each won four, while Coffman won two and one precinct finished in a tie between Meadows and Coffman. However, Meadows won four of the five largest precincts primarily in southern Logan County.

The Logan County Election Board will certify the vote later this week. If there are no formal protests, Meadows will take office on Monday, June 19.

This past February, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt called for a special election on June 13 following the resignation of then Logan County District 2 Commissioner Kody Ellis.

Meadows will serve the remainder of the four-year term which expires Dec. 31, 2024.


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