Tuesday Oklahomans vote to set the stage for the November general election. Please consider carefully each choice for leadership in every contest.
Headliner races have flooded mailboxes and airways with messages both hopeful and spiteful, but down-ballot contests offer critical contrasts. Continue reading
Oklahoma Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones
Editor’s Note: Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones has done more to stop corruption and open government records from County Seats to the State Capital than any person in state history. Jones, now term-limited, here endorses in the battle to select his replacement Tuesday. While we have disagreed on policy with Jones on occasion, no one in Oklahoma has cause to doubt his truthful service. This letter, sent to Tulsa Today, is his perspective on the race.
Time to Set the Record Straight! It’s tough sitting on the sidelines while someone demeans your record, office, and leadership. Continue reading
Editorial: Socialist “William Jennings Bryan told members of the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention that they had borrowed the best provisions of existing state and national constitutions and had, in the process, created the best constitution ever written.” Conservative Scholars disagree, but how is it working for your family?
Oklahoma long suffered under stylized Democratic Socialism, but Tuesday we decide for governor between Mick Corrnett and Kevin Stitt – in a precarious time. Continue reading
Candidate for OK Governor Kevin Stitt
Remington Research Group has completed a public and independent survey of likely voters in the August 28 Republican Runoff Election in Oklahoma. The survey was conducted August 1st through August 2nd, 2018. A total of 1,757 likely Republican primary voters participated in the survey and the margin of error is +/-2.3%. The survey was paid for and commissioned independent of any campaign or committee. Continue reading
Lt. Gov. Candidate Matt Pinnell
Lieutenant Governor candidate Matt Pinnell in a press release called today for his fellow contender, Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy, to resign from her position with the Commission because of the Corporation’s ongoing consideration of the Wind Catcher Energy Project — one of the largest cases in history — and, Pinnell asserts, her continuation of accepting donations from individuals and corporations she is constitutionally bound to regulate. Continue reading