Tulsans are not convinced that nonpartisan elections are the best way to choose their mayor, auditor and city councilors, the Oklahoma Poll shows.
Forty-three percent of those polled believe that city elections should be held among candidates without a party affiliation while 48 percent oppose such an idea.
The responses come from voters who responded to the Oklahoma Poll conducted Aug. 29 to Sept. 1 by SoonerPoll.com. The poll involved 405 likely voters in the city of Tulsa.
Currently, candidates for municipal offices run as Republicans, Democrats and independents.