Washington County General Election Sample Ballot for November 6th 2012 – Oklahoma

The general election ballot for Washington County.  Election to be held November 6, 2012.

Washington County — Oklahoma

Additional information on the state questions is available here >>>

Judicial Retention Decisions to make (to retain or not):
Noma D. Gurich – Oklahoma Supreme Court District 3,
Yvonne Kauger – Oklahoma Supreme Court District 4,
James E. Edmondson – Oklahoma Supreme Court District 7,
Douglas L. Combs – Oklahoma Supreme Court District 8,
Clancy Smith – Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals District 1,
Arlene Johnson – Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals District 4,
David B. Lewis – Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals District 5,
Thomas Thornbrugh – Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals District 3 – Office 1,
William C. Hetherington Jr. – Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals District 4 – Office 1,
Kenneth L. Buettner – Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals District 5 – Office 1,
Robert Bobby Bell – Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals District 5 – Office 2,
E. Bay Mitchell – Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals District 6 – Office 1,
.
Links and additional information (in progress / add to comments if you want something listed):
Kauger – Judgepedia  (appointed 1984)
Edmondson – Judgepedia (appointed 2003; retained 2006)
Combs – Wikipedia (appointed 2011)
Smith – Judgepedia (appointed 2010)
Johnson – Judgepedia (appointed 2005; retained 2006)
Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals – Judgepedia
Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals – Judgepedia
[Personal note:  I do not plan to vote to retain Gurich or Edmondson based on my research./sc]

Related post from Kenny Bob Tapp here: Vote NO on Retention of The Oklahoma Supreme Court Justices

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One Response to “Washington County General Election Sample Ballot for November 6th 2012 – Oklahoma”

  1. Sandra Crosnoe Says:

    City council races in Bartlesville via KJRH —
    http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/bartlesvillelive/candidate-withdraws-from-bartlesville-city-council-race

    BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – What had been two races for seats on the Bartlesville City Council is now only one race.

    Lee L. Lane III who filed in August to run against incumbent and Mayor Tom Gorman for the Ward 3 seat told 2NEWS on Wednesday he has withdrawn from the race, leaving only Gorman.

    Lane is the second contender to withdraw after filing for the seat, Randy Rickman having withdrawn his candidacy days after he filed to run.

    Lane cited medical issues as being the reason he left the race.

    “A couple years from now I should be back,” he said. “God willing, I’ll be back and kickin’.”

    Washington County Election Board Secretary Yvonne House told 2NEWS on Tuesday that when voters go to the polls on Nov. 6, they will still see Lane’s name on the ballot as Lane did not withdraw the Friday following the filing period – the deadline for officially withdrawing candidacy.

    On the ballots voter will chose in the only remaining race – that between former councilor Eddie Mason and Allen Bretz who both filed for the Ward 4 seat.

    Incumbent council member Ted D. Lockin filed for the Ward 1 seat, incumbent Mike McGrew for the Ward 2 seat and incumbent Dale Copeland for the Ward 5 seat.

    Read more: http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/bartlesvillelive/candidate-withdraws-from-bartlesville-city-council-race


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