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Oklahoma statewide candidate filing begins Wednesday (April 8) – Mail, Delivery and ‘drive-through options offered

The City Sentinel Staff Report   Oklahoma’s 2020 candidate filing period for federal, state, and legislative offices will occur as scheduled, Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax announced last week. The three-day filing period runs 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on April 8, 9, and 10. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Secretary is […]

As Super Tuesday nears, national Democrats make the rounds in Oklahoma

Patrick B. McGuigan   Oklahoma City, OK – Democratic presidential hopefuls and their surrogates are active in the Sooner State as the March 3 “Super Tuesday” primary nears. Mike Bloomberg is at the head of the pack in some Oklahoma measures of public opinion which were taken before recent national debates. However, Bernie Sanders scored […]

Heather Coyle and Natalie Mai get benched (in the best sense) in 2019

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – On November 6, as election results rolled in throughout the evening it was evident that women were winning across the country. In Oklahoma, two notable candidates endorsed by The City Sentinel were Heather Coyle and Natalie Mai – each successful in their campaigns to become Oklahoma County […]

‘Number One’ in charge: Support Cindy Byrd in the Republican Party primary for Auditor and Inspector

  The City Sentinel Endorsement In our print edition three weeks ago, this newspaper endorsed Cindy Byrd as the Republican nominee for Oklahoma Auditor & Inspector. On the eve of primary election day, we reiterate that support now for online readers. Byrd is the most qualified candidate seeking this position. A certified public accountant (CPA),she […]

Endorsement: For Sheriff P.D. Taylor

The City Sentinel P.D. Taylor has served Oklahoma County with distinction for decades. He merits election to a full term of office on September 12. In this time of challenge and controversy for the sheriff’s department, P.D. Taylor has the depth of experience needed to take the agency forward in the difficult days to come. […]

Editor’s Notebook: Veteran’s Day, Rs and Ds react to election, new House swear-in on November 16

Patrick B. McGuigan, editor OKLAHOMA CITY – News from an editor’s notebook: Gov. Mary Fallin marks Veterans Day, leaders of the Sooner State’s  two major political parties react to the national election, and newly elected members of the Oklahoma House of Representatives will be sworn in next week. And: Two members of the state Senate […]

An Endorsement: For John Whetsel

by Patrick B. McGuigan For The City Sentinel Big cities, including ours, face ever-more-complex challenges. Government is expected to do more and more. That makes it hard to find adequate resources for core functions, including law enforcement. The Oklahoma County Jail is overcrowded and plagued with the problems that face nearly all prisons and corrections […]

Sounds of Silence: Oklahoma County votes on a beautiful spring day

by Patrick B. McGuigan OKLAHOMA CITY, Tuesday, April 5 – The sound of crickets enjoying the approach of spring may be louder than the voices of voters coming and going at polling sites for today’s county-wide elections in Oklahoma City and the surrounding jurisdictions that make up Oklahoma County. A county-wide race? The election results […]

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