If you want to vote in the November 6th presidential election, then you only have through Friday to register. Assistant Election Board secretary Shelly Boggs says the office on North Denver Avenue will stay open late Friday.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Congressional candidates running for Oklahoma's 1st District are expected to meet this week in an election forum sponsored by the Coweta Chamber of Commerce.
Republican Jim Bridenstine and Democrat John Olson are slated to meet at Wednesday's forum.
Bridenstine is a political newcomer with tea party backing who defeated five-term incumbent Rep. John Sullivan in the primary election. Bridenstine has knocked Sullivan's votes that he said weren't conservative enough for Oklahoma.
Tulsa will have a new congressman come January. Three men will be on the ballot next month seeking the job.
This morning, we hear from all three and their take on the economic problems facing the nation. The first to speak is Jim Bridenstine, the Republican candidate. He wants to get a handle federal spending.
Bridenstine: “The anchor around the neck of our economy is the debt and the deficit. We are now, for the first time in American History, we are creating new money to buy the bonds to fund the government. We are hurting the U.S. dollar in the so doing.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A November ballot issue proposes to restructure power and accountability at Oklahoma's troubled Department of Human Services.
Supporters of State Question 765 say the measure would shift oversight and power to the governor's office, which would be responsible for appointing the agency's director with the consent of the Oklahoma Senate.