Category Archives: politics

Oklahoma is number one – in public school funding cuts!

September 12, 2013 Oklahoma is number one! IN PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING CUTS. Oklahoma voters are to blame. They elected a governor and legislators who have repeatedly cut income taxes even amidst the Great Recession, starving our schools.¬†When are parents going … Continue reading

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THANK YOU, Bartlesville

SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 UPDATE: The bond issue passed overwhelmingly by 76% to 24%! Thank you to the many community leaders and volunteers who pulled together to make this happen, and thanks most of all to the voters who turned out … Continue reading

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The November 2012 Election

October 27, 2017 I’m not posting this to tell you how to vote in a couple of weeks, but I will share how I’ll be voting and some of the links are interesting ways to find out more about the … Continue reading

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I’m Voting YES on June 26

June 6, 2012 I’m planning to be in town on Tuesday, June 26 so that I can vote YES on the city’s four bond issue propositions. The five-year $15 million bond issue keeps the city’s portion of our property tax … Continue reading

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Generation Gaps

I was interested to read a new study from the Pew Research Center about U.S. generations and their political views. Here are the generational groupings the study used: Generation Birth Years Millenials 1981-1993 Generation X 1965-1980 Baby Boomer 1946-1964 Silent … Continue reading

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