Monday, September 3, 2018

Powell wins 1st Oklahoma Libertarian primary

Chris Powell secures Libertarian nomination in Oklahoma gubernatorial race | KOKH FOX - Joe Buettner:

August 28, 2018 - "Chris Powell secured the Libertarian Party nomination for governor in Oklahoma on Tuesday....

"This cycle marks the first time in Oklahoma state history the Libertarian Party was recognized and represented in the gubernatorial primary."
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Kevin Stitt, Drew Edmondson, Chris Powell to face off in November as gubernatorial candidates | News 4 - Katrina Butcher:

August 29, 2018 - "Powell won the runoff vote for Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Tuesday night against Rex L. Lawhorn. Powell had 59% of the votes with a total of 547, while Lawhorn had 41% with 379 votes."
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Libertarian Chris Powell advances to November general election | KTUL ABC - Ashley Ellis:

"This is the first time in state history that the Libertarian Party [was] recognized and represented in the gubernatorial primary. It was not easy becoming a formally recognized party, and former Libertarian State Chair Chris Powell said his candidacy for governor is about showing Oklahomans there are alternatives to the traditional two-party systems.

"Powell's platform also includes further criminal justice reform, improving ballot access and working to fix the state's budget without imposing new taxes on Oklahomans."
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