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February 5, 2013

Five seek municipal office in county

NORMAN — Five people filed for political office in Cleveland County municipalities Monday, the first day of a three-day filing period.

In Moore, Wards 1, 2 and 3 are up for grabs for four-year terms. Filing were: Ward 1, Carl D. Britton Jr., 308 Madison Place Drive; Ward 2, Scott A. Singer, 1116 NE 25th St.; and Ward 3, incumbent Jason Blair, 1704 SW 31st Terrace.

In Slaughterville, filing for the trustee full four-year term was incumbent John P. Koehler, 6701 108th Ave. SE, and for the unexpired two-year term was Roy A. Shobert, 8701 120th Ave. SE.

No candidates filed for Ward 3 or Ward 4 in Lexington. Both are four-year terms.

Candidates have until 5 p.m. Wednesday to file at the Cleveland County Election Board, 641 E. Robinson St., Suite 200. More information is available at 366-0210.

The Moore primary election will be March 5. A General Election, if needed, will be April 2. Lexington and Slaughterville General Elections will be April 2.

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