Government Documents

Primary Runoff Results

Yesterday was Primary Runoff Day and though turnout was light a few seats were decided.

Tulsa County Clerk
(race decided in August 28 runoff)

  • Pat Key -- 50.5%
  • Dean Martin -- 49.5%
State Senator District 33 
(race decided in August 28 runoff)
  • Tim Wright -- 46.1%
  • Nathan Dahm -- 53.9%

State Representative District 70
(race decided in August 28 runoff)

Disaster Recovery Center

fdlp logoA Disaster Recovery Center is open in the Mannford Community Center (101 Green Valley Road, Mannford), and will be open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays, to assist Creek County fire victims with their FEMA disaster claims.  FEMA representatives say the Center will remain open as long as there is a need. The Center is in the same building as the Mannford Public LIbrary, which has been offering free copying and fax machines.

No Driver's Exams on Thursday, August 24

fdlp logoAll 36 Oklahoma driver's exam stations will be closed on Thursday, August 24 for training. Not to worry though, exams will resume on Friday (where available).

 

Federal Disaster Relief for Creek County

fdlp logoFederal aid for victims of the Creek county wildfires has been approved. Residents or business that sustained damage after July 28 should contact FEMA at 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or go online to apply for assistance: http://www.disasterassistance.gov/.

Primary Runoff Next Tuesday

fdlp logoJust a reminder that next Tuesday, August 28 is Primary Runoff day in Tulsa County and surrounding areas. On our area ballots are a republican and democrat runoff for U.S.

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