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June 18, 2018

Election 2018

Oklahoma County District One: Meet the Republicans

The June 26 Oklahoma primary election ballot will feature two Republicans on the Oklahoma County District One ticket for most Luther residents. We introduced the Democrats earlier this week. The Republican candidates are Chad Albee and Brad Reeves.  Albee is a 911 dispatcher for our area, and Reeves is the second deputy for the Oklahoma

Oklahoma County District One: Meet the Democrats

On June 26, Luther Democrats will vote for a county commission candidate who will represent District One on the three-member panel that meets in Oklahoma City. Currently held by Willa Johnson, who is retiring, there are four Democrats on the ballot for the job that comes with about a $105,000 salary and an office in downtown

ELECTION: House District 96

With the push toward the Oklahoma primary on June 26, Luther voters are learning more about the candidates. There are four candidates seeking to represent Luther and surrounding areas in the Oklahoma House in House District 96. The legislative seat has been held by Arcadia Republican Lewis Moore.  There are two Republican and two Democrat candidates

A candidate comes to Luther

Less than a month before the primary, Republican candidate for Governor Kevin Stitt is making a stop in Luther Wednesday morning. He will be at the 116 Farmstead, Market & Table, on Luther’s Main Street, from 9:30 – 10:30 am with an intention of meeting voters and talking about the issues. There will be complimentary

Property Research? No problem at Oklahoma County

Have you ventured on to the Oklahoma County Assessor‘s website lately? Whether you work in the real estate industry, are a history buff or just a nosy neighbor (or journalist), the site provides information on property ownership, property taxes, land value and other data. The Assessor’s Office announces another tool on the site. “Another first

Election Season: County Commission

Attention voters, are you doing your research? Election season is in full swing, and candidates are working to get their names known before the primary vote on June 26. In addition to the state-wide elections such as governor, there are three Oklahoma County races to consider in Luther and Eastern Oklahoma County.  Registered voters will

Incumbent Moore Draws Challenger

“if you are not comfortable with what is going on, get involved and vote. Things won’t be different if the players stay the same. Oklahoma deserves better.”