Oklahoma County Election Board filings

by Tim Willert Published: December 5, 2013
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Two incumbents are running to keep their seats on the Oklahoma City Public Schools board of education. Ruth Veales will run unopposed in District 5, while Ron Millican will be challenged for his District 7 seat by Wilfredo Santos Rivera, according to filing information provided Wednesday by the Oklahoma County Election Board.

Candidate filing periods for board seats in Canadian, Cleveland, Logan and Oklahoma counties ended Wednesday. Elections are Feb. 11.

OKLAHOMA COUNTY

Bethany Public Schools

Office 4: Randy Gordon, 59, Bethany

Choctaw-Nicoma Park School District

Office 4: Pamela C. Matherly, 60, Choctaw

Crooked Oak Public Schools

Office 3: Denise Butler, 35, Oklahoma City

Office 3: Scott Trosper, 52, Oklahoma City

Office 4: Lupe Rodriguez, 42, Oklahoma City

Deer Creek School District

Office 4: Daniel Barnes, 58, Edmond

Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center District

Office 3: Larry P. Stephens, 59, Jones

Edmond Public Schools

Office 4: Cynthia Benson, 44, Edmond

Office 4: Stephanie Bills, 48, Edmond

Francis Tuttle Technology Center, District 21

Office 4: Suzette Northcutt Rhodes, 74, Oklahoma City

Harrah Public Schools

Office 4: Kevin D. McBrayer, 47, Luther

Jones Public Schools

Office 4: James L. Selders, 75, Jones

Luther Public Schools

Office 4: Sherri L. Anderson, 51, Arcadia

Office 4: Patrice Christy, 53, Luther

Metro Technology Center, District 22

Office 5: Donna Neal Thomas, 77, Choctaw

Office 7: James A. “Jim” Huff, 73, Oklahoma City

Midwest City-Del City School District

Office 4: James F. Howell, 79, Midwest City

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by Tim Willert
Education Reporter
Tim Willert is a native Californian with Oklahoma ties who covers education. Prior to moving to Oklahoma in June 2011, he was as an editor for FOXSports.com in Century City, Calif., and reported on courts for the Los Angeles Daily Journal and...
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