There are some crucial decisions next Tuesday for Tulsa, Oklahoma and the United States.
Please vote against Hillary Clinton to save the U.S. Supreme Court. Donald Trump is not perfect but unborn babies have a fighting chance if he is elected. Not voting or a vote for minor candidates is a vote for Mrs. Clinton, who will continue the decline of America started by Obama eight years ago.
Please vote no on the retention of all of the statewide appellate judges, especially the two from the liberal Oklahoma Supreme Court. They too have no regard for unborn children.
Please vote yes on State Questions 776 (death penalty), SQ777 (Right to Farm) and SQ790 (freedom of religion). These support capital punishment, the economic freedom of farmers and restoration of the Ten Commandments monument at the State Capitol.
Please vote no on State Questions 779 (sales tax hike), SQ780 (liberalizing possession of illegal drugs), SQ781 (companion to SQ 780) and SQ792 (proliferation of hard beer and wine).
Please vote for Dave Rader in Senate District 39 and Joe Newhouse in Senate District 26. These are two conservative, Christian men who will keep campaign promises. Sen. Nathan Dahm must be re-elected.
The Oklahoma House needs the return of David Brumbaugh, Mike Ritze, Chuck Strohm and the addition of Molly McKay and Scott McEachin.
Tulsa County needs Don Newberry as the court clerk.
And the Tulsa City Council desperately needs the conservative voice of Eric McCray in District 9.
Tulsa Beacon Endorsements
|U.S. Senator||James Lankford|
|State Senate District 25||Joe Newhouse|
|State Senate District 33||Nathan Dahm|
|State Senate District 35||Gary Stanislawski|
|State Senate District 37||Dan Newberry|
|State Senate District 39||Dave Rader|
|State House District 36||No recommendation|
|State House District 66||No recommendation|
|State House District 67||Scott McEachin|
|State House District 69||Chuck Strohm|
|State House District 70||No recommendation|
|State House District 71||No recommendation|
|State House District 73||No recommendation|
|State House District 74||Dale Derby|
|State House District 75||Dan Kirby|
|House District 76||David Brumbaugh|
|State House District 78||Molly McKay|
|State House District 79||No recommendation|
|State House District 80||Mike Ritze|
|Tulsa County Sheriff||Vic Regalado|
|Tulsa County Court Clerk||Donald Newberry|
|Tulsa County Commissioner District 2||Josh Turley|
|Oklahoma Supreme Court Retention|
|Justice James R. Winchester||Vote no|
|Justice Douglas L. Combs||Vote no|
|Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals Retention|
|Judge Clancy Smith||Vote no|
|Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals Retention|
|Tom Thornbrugh||Vote no|
|John F. Fisher||Vote no|
|Larry Joplin||Vote no|
|Tulsa City Council District 1||No recommendation|
|Tulsa City Council District 2||Jeannie Cue|
|Tulsa City Council District 9||Eric McCray|
|State Question 776||Vote Yes||Death Penalty|
|State Question 777||Vote Yes||Right to Farm|
|State Question 779||Vote No||State sales tax increase|
|State Question 780||Vote No||Reclassify drug possession|
|State Question 781||Vote No||Companion to SQ780|
|State Question 790||Vote Yes||Freedom of religion|
|State Question 792||Vote No||Liberalizing liquor laws|