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Eleven Democratic candidates spoke at Canadian County Democrats’ Forum Monday night

Caption: Eleven Democratic candidates and one Independent candidate spoke July 11 to a packed house at the Yukon Police Department: (first row from left) Jennie Scott – House District 41; Sara Peterson – House District 41; Ashley Nicole McCray – Corporation Commission; Chantelle Cory – House District 43; (second row) Jacque Pearsall – House District […]

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Meetings

Let’s Fix This founder to speak to Canadian County Democrats June 11

YUKON, Okla. – Andy Moore, founder of Let’s Fix This, will speak to the Canadian County Democrats on Monday, June 11, about his grassroots effort to encourage regular everyday people to engage with their government. Seating is first come, first served for the free meeting from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Yukon Police Department, […]

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Elections News

Who’s running in 2018?

DEMOCRATS IN CANADIAN COUNTY RACES STATE SENATE DISTRICT 22 William Andrews STATE SENATE DISTRICT 44 Senator Michael Brooks is re-elected without opposition. He did not have a Republican opponent. This has not happened in Canadian County in at least 30 years. STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 41 Sara Peterson Jennie Scott Tyler Smith STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 43 […]

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Canadian County Democrats award $500 scholarship to Mustang student

YUKON, Okla. — Lauren Smith from Mustang is the 2018 winner of a $500 scholarship awarded by the Canadian County Democrats. The Robert “Bob” Burton Democrat Scholarship is named in honor of the deceased former county vice chair who encouraged young Democrats to become active in the Democratic Party. This is the 11th year that […]

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Meetings

Lt. Governor candidate Pittman to speak May 14 to Canadian County Democrats

YUKON, Okla. – Democrats are invited to hear state Senator Anastasia Pittman speak to the Canadian County Democrats and friends on Monday, May 14. Senator Pittman is running for Lieutenant Governor of the state of Oklahoma. Seating is available on a first come, first basis for the free meeting held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. […]

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