Independent Candidate Outpolls Republican Nominee in Special Rhode Island Legislative Election

On November 10, Rhode Island held a special election to fill the vacant State House seat, 10th district. The vote was: Democrat Scott Slater 661 votes, independent Wilbur Jennings 232 votes, Republican Maurice Green 116 votes. See this story.

One independent candidate also did well in the Mayoral election in Tulsa, Oklahoma, also on November 10. The vote was: Republican Dewey Bartlett 29,948 votes; Democrat Tom Adelson 24,211 votes; independent Mark Perkins 11,913 votes; another independent, Lawrence Kirkpatrick 560 votes. Tulsa is the only city in Oklahoma with partisan city elections.


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Independent Candidate Outpolls Republican Nominee in Special Rhode Island Legislative Election — 1 Comment

  1. Pingback: Mark For Tulsa » Blog Archive » As the loser, here is my silver lining: I received the most value per vote. Using the latest financial reports and election results, I spent $4.44 per vote, Bartlett spent $19.53 per vote, and Adelson spent $53.

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