TulsaNow District 4 candidate forum, Wednesday, June 4, 2014

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tulsaNow-logo.pngTulsaNow is hosting a forum for the candidates for Tulsa City Council District 4. The candidates will face off in the June 24, 2014, primary election. The forum will be held on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, beginning at 6 p.m., at Foolish Things Coffee, 10th and Main in downtown Tulsa.

Blake Ewing, restaurateur and urban planning enthusiast, is the incumbent, first elected in 2011. He is being challenged by Danny Patten (Dewey Bartlett Jr.'s campaign manager in 2013), Elissa Kay Harvill, and Julian Morgan.

Depending on the distribution of the primary vote, there will either be a three-way runoff in August, followed by a two-way general election in November, or else there will be a two-way general in November (if the top two candidates have more than 50% of the vote), or no further elections (if one candidate has more than 50% of the vote).

DIstrict 4 stretches from Gilcrease Museum Road and the Arkansas River east to Yale Ave and from I-244 south to 31st Street (except for the triangle between Harvard, the Broken Arrow Expressway and 31st). The district includes downtown and is home to a tremendous amount of adaptive reuse of historic properties as well as a number of contentious zoning and land-use-planning conflicts.

Candidates will each give a five-minute opening speech, followed by questions and answers.

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