Search the candidates in Oklahoma with our 2010 Elections Page
You’ve seen the yard signs.
You’ve probably had some people stop and talk to you while you were mowing your yard.
You know it’s coming quickly.
It’s the 2010 elections.
I know. If you’re not a political junkie, you might not be all that excited. The primary that’s scheduled for July 27 has a lot of people interested — but generally it’s the people that belong to a party and are keenly aware of the process.
The rest of you? Well, frankly, it’s hard for you to keep up with what the candidates stand for. It’s not that you don’t care. It’s just easier to know all the differences when the candidates are pared down to two or three per race.
But NewsOK’s 2010 Elections page makes it easy to find out more. The candidate data base is packed with information about every candidate that has filed to run for office in 2010.
- You can see all the candidates.
- You can click through to see their bios.
- You can see what they stand for.
- You can see the information they are providing you.
- You can see what information they might not want to provide for you.
We have a searchable database on the 2010 Elections Page, and you can follow this data all the way through election nights, beginning on July 27.
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