Voters in Jenks will head to the polls Tuesday, June 30 to vote in the state’s primary election.

In addition to primary elections for Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner and United States Senate, Jenks-area voters will determine races in number of seats.

In House District 69, Rep. Sheila Dills (incumbent) will face the wife of the man she defeated for the seat two years ago. Angela Strohm is facing off against Dills. Because no Democrat filed, the winner of this race will represent HD 69 for the two-year term.

In State Senate District 37, Chris Emerson faces off against Cody Rogers to determine who will be the Republican challenger to face incumbent State Sen. Allison Ikley-Freeman, a Democrat who won the seat in a special election three years ago.

In State Senate District 35, the race is on to see who will replace term-limited Sen. Gary Stanislawski, a Republican.

On the Democratic ticket, voters will choose between Jo Anna Dossett, Carly Hotvedt and Stan Young. Republican candidates are Cheryl Baber, Kyden Creekpaum and Linda G. Morrissey.

For Tulsa County Court Clerk, incumbent Don Newberry faces off against fellow Republican Ron Phillips. For Tulsa County Commission District 2, Republicans Eddy Barclay and Josh Turley square off to determine who will face incumbent Karen Keith in November.

Voters will also head to the polls to decide the fate of State Question 802, related to the expansion of Medicaid in Oklahoma.


HD 69
Sheila Dills
Angela Strohm

SD 37
Chris Emerson
Cody Rogers

SD 35
Jo Anna Dossett
Carly Hotvedt
Stan Young
Cheryl Baber
Kyden Creekpaum
Linda Morrissey

County Clerk
Don Newberry
Ron Phillips

County Commission
Eddy Barclay
Josh Turley