Government Documents

Town Hall Meetings Scheduled

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Mayor Bartlett and the Tulsa City Council have scheduled a series of town hall meetings to dicuss a potential $800 million public works bond package that would be paid for by extentions of the third-penny and 0.167-cent sales tax. Below find details about the upcoming town halls. Read more about the proposals in the Tulsa World: http://www.tulsaworld.com/article.aspx/Council_seeks_project_consensus/20130620_11_A11_Ctfiil620711

Town hall meetings

It's Flag Day

Margaret Gorman

It's June 14, which means it's flag day.

Though not a federal holiday, President Woodrow Wilson in 1916 did issue a proclamation officially establishing June 14 as Flag Day. Why June 14? The flag of the United States was adopted on that day in 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress.

Election Results

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Yesterday was primary election day. It was a historic day for the City of Tulsa as we hosted our first-ever municipal, non-partisan election. As no single candidate received 51% of the vote, 2 in each category will move on to the November 12 general election.

Here is a breakdown of the results:

City of Tulsa Mayor

Vote Tomorrow (or today)!!

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Tomorrow is primary election day in the City of Tulsa and parts of Tulsa County. Polls will be open Tuesday, June 11 7am-7pm. Early voting is available today (Monday, June 10) at the Tulsa County Election Board (555 N. Denver Ave, Tulsa) until 6pm.

What's on the Ballot?

  • Mayor for City of Tulsa
  • City Auditor, Tulsa
  • County Commisioner District

Need to know your polling place? Find it with the Precinct Locator.

National Doughnut Day

Salvation Army War Cry Cover

It's the first Friday in June, which also means it's National Doughnut Day.

What do doughnuts have to do with government documents? Well, as it turns out, a little... during WWI Salvation Army volunteers would hand out doughnuts (donuts) to America's war weary GIs. At the time doughnuts were considered a European Delicacy.

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