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December 15, 2017

Leaders for Luther, an update


Incumbent Andy McDaniels filed on Tuesday for the four-year term.

Jason Roach filed Tuesday for the unexpired two-year term.

Paxton Cavin filed on Monday.

Jenni White filed on Monday.

Day Two of filing for the Luther Town Trustee Election brought some political newcomers and just one incumbent to the Oklahoma County Election Board. There are six candidates for four available seats, with one more day to file.

Jason Roach, owner of Triangle Silt Dike on Hwy 66, west of Luther Road, filed to fill the unexpired term (two-years) Tuesday afternoon. Later in the day, Herbert Keith also filed for that seat.

Incumbent Andy McDaniels filed for the four-year term. He joins three other candidates who will compete for three seats on the board. They are Paxton Cavin, Jenni White and Ronald Johnson.

There are no candidates for the position of Clerk/Treasurer. Filing closes Wednesday at 5pm at the election office at 4201 N Lincoln Blvd. (Note to candidates, your paperwork must be NOTARIZED before filing!)

The campaign will last until the election on April 4, 2017.

As part of The Luther Register’s election coverage, we will craft a Voter’s Guide asking each candidate to voluntarily complete a questionnaire that will seek information about experience, biographical information, and most importantly, his/her vision for Luther.

As readers, what are the issues that you want to hear about? Water? Fire and Police coverage? Emergency preparedness? Growth? Management? Business friendliness? Parks? Please comment below. Let’s have a robust campaign season. How about a campaign forum too?

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One Response “Leaders for Luther, an update”

  1. PJ
    February 7, 2017 at 9:22 pm

    Can’t wait t0 hear what each have t0 say. New bl00d will be refreshing.

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