Election Results

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Yesterday was primary election day. It was a historic day for the City of Tulsa as we hosted our first-ever municipal, non-partisan election. As no single candidate received 51% of the vote, 2 in each category will move on to the November 12 general election.

Here is a breakdown of the results:

City of Tulsa Mayor

  • Kathy Taylor --24,495 or 42% (advances to Nov 12 election)
  • Dewey Bartlett, Jr. --19,937 or 34% (advances to Nov 12 election)
  • Bill Christiansen --13,476 or 23%
  • Lawrence Kirkpatrick -- 204 or 0%
  • Jerry Branch -- 136 or 0%

City of Tulsa Auditor

  • Cathy Criswell --23,938 or 47% (advances to Nov 12 election)
  • Clift Richards --14,123 or 28% (advances to Nov 12 election)
  • Joshua Lewis -- 12,389 or 25%

Tulsa County Commission District 3 voted in a republican primary to see who will vie for the seat being vacated by Fred Perry. Ron Peters, primary winner, will face democrat John Bomar in an August 13 special election.

Tulsa County Commissioner District 3

  • Ron Peters -- 6,165 or 35% (will face Democrat John Bomar in Aug. 13 special general election.)
  • Brandon Perkins -- 5,738 or 32%
  • John A. Wright --3,720 or 21%
  • Don Crall -- 2,197 or 12%

Unofficial results from the Oklahoma State Election Board: http://www.ok.gov/elections/support/ok_results_cnty_72.html

Results from the Tulsa World: http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/elections/

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