Though their views still conflicted Tuesday evening, Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton and Oklahomans for Health Chairman and co-founder Chip Paul remained relatively professional.
Events and meetings: The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa is sponsoring a Hot Topic Lunch on Oklahoma’s Health Crisis, beginning a…
The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa is now accepting nominations for Tulsa women who could be president. All nominees will be recognized, but the league will honor 10 women as part of its Madam President event.
Rep. Scott Biggs, R-Chickasha, is a leading advocate of State Question 777, a state constitutional amendment intended to limit state and local regulation of agriculture.
Secretary of State Chris Benge said the petition received 59,981 but needed 69,587, or a number equivalent to 8 percent of the vote in the 2014 general election.
The under-40 crowd is leading in falling voter registrations and reasons range from poverty to access.
The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa will host a forum for the candidates running for mayor of Tulsa at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the…
With the possibility this election season of the United States electing its first “Madam President,” the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa will honor 34 Tulsa-area women whose leadership and community service might make someone say, “Now, she could be president.”
The forum was hosted by The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa, with about 100 people in attendance.
The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa will host a candidate forum for the Republican candidates running for Tulsa County Sheriff.
Cindy Decker and Stan Minor answered written questions from an audience of about 30 people during the forum, which was hosted by the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa and held at the Schusterman-Benson Library.
A Tulsa World analysis shows 18- to 24-year-olds are becoming less engaged over time in the voting process, declining in voter registration by nearly 40 percent in a decade.
Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati Ave., will be among several churches offering “Ashes to Go” next week on Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of the Lenten season.
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