What is asked of the elected assessor?

That he or she would treat the taxpayers with fairness and respect and follow the well-established principals of property valuation, following the statutory requirements which are designed to treat the people with fairness, equity and respect.

What is John Wright’s track record?

Those who have watched him work up close have done so with the opportunity to thoroughly evaluate his manner of service.

Twice elected by his Oklahoma House colleagues to serve as Caucus Chairman to chair the weekly and extra meetings of the House Majority Caucus.

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John A. Wright has spoken to dozens of business groups, homeowner’s groups, civic organizations and real estate investors and professionals about the responsibilities and functions of the Tulsa County Assessor’s Office, now over 1,000 citizens face to face.

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1. Elected to six terms (12 years) in The Oklahoma House of Representatives

2. Twice Elected by his Republican Caucus peers to serve as Caucus Chairman

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Advanced Accreditation through Oklahoma State Center for Local Government Training – this accreditation is required by statute and if not achieved disqualifies service as an assessor

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Over 31,000 – The number of deeds filed with the county clerk and then examined for ownership and property legal description each of the last several years by the assessor’s title research department.

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John A. Wright has served nearly ten years as one of nine Trustee’s on the Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust Board.

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