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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.

Unofficial Primary Results

The unofficial results from Tuesday's primary are posted. A few reclaimed their seats, we will see a few runoffs on August 28, and there was a rather noted upset... incumbent Rep. John Sullivan lost in the Republican primary to challenger Jim Bridenstine.

For a list of Tulsa County Primary results visit the 2012 Election Guide on the Tulsa City-County Library's website or the Tulsa County Election Board.

primary tuesday, so early voting starts tomorrow

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.

Register to Vote!

The ability to vote is a hard-won right for nations and peoples throughout the world. If you are a United States citizen, at least 18 years old and a resident of Oklahoma, then you are eligible to register to vote. 

Oklahoma's Presidential primary is March 6th, but in order to vote, you have to be registered by February 10th. Are you registered to vote?

If you aren't registered to vote, or just want more information on elections in Tulsa, you can find some great information on the Tulsa County Election Board page of the library's Tulsa Organizations and Services database (or TOS). The TOS Election Board page includes the agency's address, phone numbers and hours, links to the voter registration form and election schedule, and other information on the voting process.

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