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It's true, Tuesday June 26 is primary day in Oklahoma, meaning early voting will available at the Tulsa County Election Board (555 N. Denver Ave.) on Friday June 22 (8a-6p), Saturday June 23 (8a-1p), and Monday June 25 (8a-6p). Polls will be open 7a-7p on June 26.
Republicans will be deciding or choosing candidates for several races in this primary. The only democratic primary is State Senate District 11. However, all City of Tulsa voters will be deciding a proposition to amend the City Charter for local primary elections and candidate filings to coincide with state elections.
Join us Wednesday June 13 at 10 a.m. for another installment of Layman's Legal. This month's session features Kimberly Waite, attorney with Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, discussing landlord/tenant issues and a pro bono program available through the Tulsa County District Court.
The details again...
Layman's Legal: Landlord/Tenant Issues
When: Wednesday, June 13 -- 10-11 a.m.
Where: Central Library, Lecture Room (4th Street & Denver Ave)