OK2A Meeting in OKC November 20th - Don Spencer presenting OK2A Survivor Award

The Oklahoma Second Amendment Association will meet at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, November 20th in OKC at H&H Shooting Sports, 400 S. Vermont Ave, Ste. 110, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73108. (I-40 & Meridian)

Don Spencer, President of OK2A, will be hosting this meeting and will be presenting the OK2A Survivor Award to the Mother, her daughters and their friend (who will be present) who sustained life-threatening injuries from the shooting on May 24th, 2018 at Louie’s Bar & Grill on Lake Hefner. You do not want to miss this meeting!

Don will be giving an update on the recent Oklahoma mid-term elections.

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Oklahoma State Election Board Reports Election Turnout Results

“We are extremely pleased with voter turnout in yesterday’s election. With nearly 1.2 million votes cast and turnout over 56 percent, this election ranks head and shoulders above any gubernatorial year turnout since at least 1986, and by a wide margin. Good voter participation is a sign of a healthy democracy, and Oklahomans should be proud of their engagement in the election process this year. We have set modern records for the number of candidates to file for office, turnout in a gubernatorial year primary election and turnout in a gubernatorial year general election. This is a banner year for elections in Oklahoma.”

[Editor’s note:  Notwithstanding the fact that the secretary of the state election board indicates that we are a ‘healthy democracy’ rather than a constitutional republic, this IS a significant increase in voter turnout!/sc]

OKGrassroots – Oklahoma State Election Board Reports Election Turnout Results

She Said 'Yes!' To The Senate's Most Eligible Bachelor

While many other Oklahoma candidates were out seeking approval of the masses, one state senator was completing his most important and very selective commitment.  Senator Nathan Dahm, of Broken Arrow, asked Brinkley Davison’s hand in marriage on Friday night. And in dramatic fashion he made the proposal in public to an unsuspecting young Tulsan & alumni of Oral Roberts University.  Dahm is in the middle of his 2nd 4-year term in the Oklahoma Senat […]

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FGST:  Sample Ballot for Washington County OK – General Election 2018 – Vote Nov 6th

General Election (Nov 6th) info for Washington County Oklahoma, sample ballots and early voting information. My take on candidates, judicial retentions, state questions, and Bartlesville City Council Ward 4 seat.

Posted with prayers for all the candidates and all the voters.  May we see things the way He sees things and love our neighbors even as we vote!

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Source post is Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Sample Ballot for Washington County OK – General Election 2018

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

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 (updated)

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

Sooner Politics:  Time Running Out on Recreational Marijuana Petition

   A cursory  counting of calendar days and constitutional mandates are just days away from a collision course for the backers of SQ797.  The chart below demonstrates that July 23rd is the final date to reasonably place a state question on the November general election ballot.  The energy and excitement is high for the proponents of SQ797, known as the Recreational Marijuana  petition.  In the past 10 days the signatures have spiked why the State Board of…

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Ronda’s Picks – Primary 2018

Around this time every election I have people reach out and ask me how to vote since I am active politically. I consider many resources when I choose the candidates I support. Some candidates are easier to choose than others and some I must rely on those that have been in this fight longer than…