The filing period for school board candidates in 14 Tulsa County school districts and Tulsa Technology Center ended Wednesday.
The primary election is Feb. 9 for contested races with more than two candidates, and the general election is scheduled for April 6. School board races in Oklahoma are nonpartisan.
Here are the candidates who filed:
Tulsa Public Schools Office 2, four-year term: Judith Barba, Marsha Campbell and Theresa Hinman.
Tulsa Public Schools Office 3, four-year term: David Harris and Jennettie Marshall.
Berryhill Office 1, five-year term: Allisha Phillips Craig and Jack Lollis.
Bixby Office 1, five-year term: Julie Prox.
Broken Arrow Office 1, five-year term: Steve Allen.
Collinsville Office 1, five-year term: Ryan Flanary, Tim Reed and James Roderick.
Glenpool Office 1, five-year term: Michael Pendergrass.
Glenpool* Office 4, unexpired term: Bill Thayer.
Jenks Office 1, five-year term: Tracy Kennedy.
Keystone Office 1, three-year term: Al Shasteen.
Liberty Office 1, five-year term: Kim Perner.
Owasso Office 1, five-year term: Lisa Anderson, Lynn Cagle, Rick Lang, Stephanie Ruttman and Kristin Vivar.
Sand Springs Office 1, five-year term: Miranda Hampton and Whitney Wagers.
Skiatook* Office 1, five-year term: David Hardie.
Sperry Office 1, five-year term: April Bowman and Tammy Sam-Hunter.
Union Office 1, five-year term: Kasey Magness and Joey Reyes.
Tulsa Technology Center Office 6, seven-year term: Paul Kroutter Jr. and Sharon Whelpley.
* No one filed for the Office 2 vacancy on the Skiatook school board or the Office 5 vacancy on the Glenpool school board, so remaining board members will appoint individuals to fill both of those unexpired terms.
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