Wednesday, June 7, 2017

17 Candidates Seek 2 Legislative Seats

  The field of candidates has been large for the 2 vacant seats being decided, yet this summer.
  David Brumbaugh suddenly passed away this spring. His widow, Shelley Brumbaugh is seeking to complete his term. 
  Seven other candidates believe they are the better choice. In August, we will see what the voters of Broken Arrow and east Tulsa want to do.

  On June 20th, The Tulsa Area Republican Assembly will host a forum of the declared Republicans, at their monthly meeting.
See for more information. 

  In Southern OKC metro, there is a special election to find a successor to Kyle Loveless. Mr. Loveless suddenly resigned and returned to private business while his ethics-related matters are awaiting possible litigation.

  Nine candidates believe they are the right solution to fill that unexpired term (3 years left).
A flag drapes the empty seat where David Brumbaugh once chaired the Republican Caucus of the state House.

Candidates for State Senator District 45 Special Election
Filed at the Oklahoma State Election Board
June 5-7, 2017
  • BRIAN WALTERS, 41, Oklahoma City, OK 
  • PAUL ROSINO, 54, Oklahoma City, OK 
  • DUANE SMITH, 62, Oklahoma City, OK 
  • KERRY PETTINGILL, 58, Mustang, OK 
  • SCOTT HARRIS, 33, Mustang, OK 
  • DIANE MEANS, 56, Oklahoma City, OK 
  • MATHEW HAMRICK, 36, Yukon, OK 
  • STEVEN VINCENT, 51, Mustang, OK 
  • NOAH S. YNCLAN, 43, Oklahoma City, OK 
Candidates for State Representative District 76 Special Election
Filed at the Oklahoma State Election Board
June 5-7, 2017
  • CLIFF JOHNS, 37, Broken Arrow, OK
  • BRIAN ELLIOTT, 54, Broken Arrow, OK 
  • SHELLEY BRUMBAUGH, 53, Broken Arrow, OK 
  • ROSS FORD, 56, Broken Arrow, OK 74
  • SUZANNE DODSON, 36, Broken Arrow, OK
  • JESS GUTHRIE, 52, Broken Arrow, OK 
  • CHRIS VANLANDINGHAM, 53, Broken Arrow, OK
  • FORREST MAYER, 24, Broken Arrow, OK 

from Sooner - Editorial

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