Sample Ballot & My Voting Recommendations – Oklahoma Republican Primary Run-off August 28th

Here is a sample ballot for Washington County SD11:If you are in another area here is an online voter tool to see yours (you will have to provide your name and birthdate).

Since several of you have asked me for my voting recommendations, here they are after much prayer and research and observing most of them in action (many for years).  My hope is that you will do your own research.  I will leave comments open on this post so that you can tell me your thoughts as well.  Note:  Bold is a strong endorsement.

Governor – Kevin Stitt

Lt. Governor – no preference

State Auditor – Cindy Byrd

Attorney General – no preference (edited 8/18/18 sc)

Superintendent of Public Instruction – Linda Murphy

Commissioner of Labor – Cathy Costello

Corporation Commissioner – Bob Anthony

US Representative CD01 – Kevin Hern

Praying for all of the above (and their opponents),
Sandra Crosnoe for FGST

PS If I lived in HD10:
State Representative District 10 – Travis Dunlap

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Sample Ballot & My Voting Recommendations – Oklahoma Republican Run-off August 28th

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My Sample Ballot in Washington County Oklahoma for the Primary Election on June 26 2018

 

Sample Ballot for Washington County – Part 1 (downloadable pdf file)

 

 

Sample Ballot for Washington County – Part 2 (downloadable pdf file)

This is my sample ballot for primary election ballot for Washington County (HD11)

Primary Election to be held on June 26, 2018 in Oklahoma

Here is an online tool from the Oklahoma State Election Board so that you can get your personal sample ballot which may differ depending on where you live.  It is also always available as a top tab item on OKGrassroots.com

You will need to plug in some personal information to be able to locate your personal sample ballot online.  You had to be registered by June 1st in order to vote in this election.  I am registered as a Republican so this information will be different for you if you are registered in one of the other parties.  I will be providing some personal endorsements over the next couple of weeks.  Stay tuned!

Updated June 23, 2018: My Voting Recommendations are here now.

Congratulations to Jim Bridenstine; Condolences to Bartlesville on Bonds and Debt

Congratulations to all the winners!

Special congratulations to Jim Bridenstine for defeating long-time Congressman John Sullivan in the Republican primary.

The beginning of the end for Sullivan was his bailout vote several years ago.

Then there were teeshirts and signs naming names and and asking people to Remember the Bailout when voting.

Bob Anthony won his race by a significant margin and I am very pleased to offer him my congratulations as well.  

Related post here >>>

Many people worked many hours to walk blocks and deliver flyers.  Thanks to all who did so!  I work with R3publicans and we are firm in our resolve to restore the republic; we will  never grow weary in doing good and standing firm for life, for liberty, and for a lot less government along the way.

In Bartlesville, all the bonds on the ballot, totaling slightly over $15M, passed.  Clearly we have some work to do to educate our city leaders about living within our means.  I am not sure whether it is more upsetting that city leaders asked for more money or that the voters agreed to it.  Much easier to vote yes to spend money today than it will be to pay your property taxes when you are in retirement on fixed income.  Related article here >>>   downloadable pdf file here

If you want to learn more about the Citizens for City Progress in Bartlesville and the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce and other groups supporting the bonds; here is a set of publications that you might find interesting (all pdfs and downloadable).  They are very pleased we have trusted them with more money while property taxes continue to rise and population continues to decline.  Maybe they know something that is not intuitive to me, but I would really like to see our city learn to live within it’s means and  *** gasp *** even work to reduce taxes.  We could even save for projects in the future instead of increasing the debt burden.  I suggest we stop banking on economic growth and hoping for an expanding tax base that may/may not occur.

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them


Washington County Sample Ballot for Special Election June 26 – Did you Know there were Bonds on the Ballot?


Proposition No. 1 $325,000 for the purpose of acquiring technology for the City…

Proposition No. 2 $7,085,000 to provide funds for the purpose of constructing and equipping a public safety complex…

Proposition No. 3 $2,240,009 to provide funds for the purpose of constructing and equipping and improving City parks and City cultural and recreational facilities…

Proposition No. 4 $5,350,000 to provide funds for the purpose of constructing, reconstructing, and improving streets and roads in the city….


Total Indebtedness $15,000,009

I just have one question:  Anybody know why we can’t live within our means these days and pay for things out of current revenue streams?

Special thanks to Greg and Susan Hill (Tulsa Area) for election information received via email recently.

WASHINGTON COUNTY ELECTION BOARD # = 918-337-2850)

CANDIDATE FILINGS FOR 2012 PRIMARY: June 26*

NOTICE: This list has 2 purposes: to allow you, the voter, to contact the candidates to help you determine

a) which candidates you will vote for and b) which candidates you will volunteer for.

OKLAHOMA VOTER GUIDES:

Ethics.capwiz.com/election/guide/(special search Oklahoma

eVoter.com

OKGrassroots.com

OKiron.org

OK-SAFE.com

Votesmart.org

SPECIAL ELECTION: City of Bartlesville (Pr 11-13,15,22,27,28,31,33,46,48,51,54,74,79,711) (see Sample Ballot):

Democrat Primaries (0/10):

OKdemocrats.org

TulsaCountyDemocrats.com

Americans Elect Primaries (0/10): Independent: 

AmericansElect.org

Republican Primaries (3/10):

OKGOP.com

TulsaGOP.org

CORPORATION COMMISSIONER (FULL TERM)

Democrat Primary (No candidates – primary cancelled)

Republican Primary

Bob Anthony 405-525-8811

BobAnthony.com

mail2012@bobanthony.com

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Brooks Mitchell 405-818-7086

FriendsofBrooksMitchell.org

brooks@friendsofbrooksmitchell.org

CORPORATION COMMISSIONER (SHORT TERM): ELECTION CANCELLED

DISTRICT 1 CONGRESS

Democrat Primary (Primary cancelled)

John Richard Olson

Olsonforoklahoma.com

john.olson@usa.com

918-619-9831

Independent

Craig Allen 1000 S Denver Ave Apt 5303 Tulsa OK 74119

Republican Primary

Jim Bridenstine 918-877-0252

JimBridenstine.com

info@jimbridenstine.com

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John Sullivan 918-712-2290

JohnSullivanforcongress.com

questions@johnsullivanforcongress.com

COUNTY COURT CLERK

Democrat Primary (No candidates – primary cancelled)

Republican Primary

Bertha M. Rogers 1667 S OAK AVE BARTLESVILLE OK 74003-5436

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Jill L. Spitzer 918-766-3022

JillSpitzerForCourtClerk2012

jill.spitzer@yahoo.com

* Registered Independents cannot vote in Primary or Runoff elections.


COUNTY SHERIFF, COUNTY CLERK: ELECTION CANCELLED

STATE SENATE DISTRICT 29: ELECTION CANCELLED

STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 10 & 11: ELECTION CANCELLED

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 2: ELECTION CANCELLED

Be a part of the solution — get involved today!

For more information from local leaders or to join our prayer team see Washington County Grassroots Page

 Washington County PCT Map

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

KJRH elated article here >>>
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