UPDATED: Perry, hotel tax win in Claremore; Purkey, Flanagan and Willis win Claremore council races

There are 2 comments on the Apr 5, 2011, Claremore Daily Progress story titled UPDATED: Perry, hotel tax win in Claremore; Purkey, Flanagan and Willis win Claremore council races. In it, Claremore Daily Progress reports that:

Mickey Perry has beaten incumbent Flo Guthrie in the Claremore mayor race. He garnered 71.4 percent of the vote with all 10 precincts reporting .

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What Now

Sand Springs, OK

#1 Apr 7, 2011
Now that Mickey Perry is going to be mayor of Claremore, we wonder if he will continue to support the current sheriff, who seems to want to advertise for Tulsa area businesses. He obviously supported Walton in the 2008 election but now as the mayor, he needs to support the business owners of Claremore against the continuing shameful behavior of the sheriff. So what now Mickey?
richard noggin

Tulsa, OK

#2 Apr 7, 2011
All the pro union people got the crap beat out them.
Unions are a thing of the past.....

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