Kelly Dunkerley goals for the greater good

In the race for Tulsa County Commission (Dist. 3), Kelly Dunkerley is the overwhelming choice for conservatives. From private business to elected public service, Dunkerley has grown employment, reduced public expense, and built success forging policy with determination from a foundation of faith, integrity, transparency, and positive long-term relationships.

“I’ve always been interested in how to make things work better,” Dunkerley said. “How the critical pieces of policy and people merge to accomplish goals to grow the greater good. When things get off track, how to return to a positive trajectory to achieve a better result.” Dunkerley stresses that his goal is to lower the tax burden on Tulsans, grow the economy and fix our roads, bridges and challenging infrastructure.

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Rep. Mullin’s “insensitive distortion”

In the Oklahoma Senate race to fill Sen. Jim Inhofe’s unexpired term, the leader in most polls, Rep. Markwayne Mullin, is avoiding state debates, but has talked to national media which of course cycles in state. However, what may likely not appear statewide is criticism from Micki Witthoeft, the mother Ashli Babbitt, who called out Republican Congressman Mullin for his comments defending the Capitol police officer who killed her daughter.

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Kevin Gray: District Judge Office 12

Kevin Gray

Kevin Gray is running for District Judge for Tulsa and Pawnee Counties. Gray has served as an Assistant District Attorney for Tulsa County for the last 11 years as Director of the Homicide Unit and lead prosecutor on some of the most severe and high-profile murder cases in Tulsa County history. 

Gray is a product of Tulsa Public Schools and graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. He was a Presidential Scholar at the University of Tulsa, where he double majored in history and political science.  Gray obtained a Master of Public Service Administration from the Bush School at Texas A&M University, before returning to Tulsa to attend the University of Tulsa Law School. Outside of work Gray loves spending time with his wife, three daughters, and house full of pets. 

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Bob Jack campaign troubles growing

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It appears County Commissioner Candidate Bob Jack has angered more voters than not with direct mail that promotes mail-in voting and arrived with private information included – specifically, full legal names and date of birth. The mailer unfolds into a “blank” request for a mail ballot to be sent back to the resident. Republicans are objecting.

Cynthia Little told KTUL Reporter Burt Mummolo Saturday June 19, she “found this to be objectionable.”

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Tulsa PPP loan fraud guilty plea

United States District Attorney Clinton J. Johnson announced Friday that a Tulsa couple who fraudulently applied for approximately $2.7 million in Paycheck Protection Program Loans pleaded guilty in federal court. Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans are guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA) under the CARES Act.

William Mark Sullivan, 49, and his wife, Michelle Cadman-Sullivan, 42, each pleaded guilty to Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud.

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