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Protesters at end of morning

US Attny Gen draws protesters at Rose State

A broad spectrum of activists were present at Rose State College for over two hours Thursday to demonstrate against U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. He...
Cyndi Munson knocking doors

Munson seeks third state House term

Cyndi Munson, state representative in Oklahoma City’s House District 85, announced Thursday that she will run for the seat again in 2018. “I’m ready to...
Second sheriff debate

Second sheriff debate shocks, confuses some

The second debate between candidates for Oklahoma County Sheriff Wednesday revealed few differences between the three and failed to impress some in the crowd. Is...
Solidarity with Charlottesville Rally in OKC

Martyrs, self-defense mark change in focus for political Left

“We will remember our martyrs!” may have been the most striking line from the numerous speeches at the Oklahoma Standing in Solidarity with Charlottesville...
Cap Hill Civ Grp and Rep Russell

Capitol Hill Civic group tours library construction with U.S. Rep Russell

The Capitol Hill Civic Group walked from Grill on the Hill Thursday morning to the new Capitol Hill Library branch under construction at SW...
Brooks-Jimenez takes oath

Brooks-Jimenez takes oath for Senate amid cheers

“So help me, God.” As Michael Brooks-Jimenez said those final words of his oath of office for the Oklahoma Senate, supporters jumped to their feet...
Michael Brooks-Jimenez

Brooks-Jimenez wins Senate District 44 Race

Michael Brooks-Jimenez, native of the south side of Oklahoma City, won the Oklahoma Senate District 44 seat in a special election Tuesday. "I'm humbled by...
Black Live Matter Rally

What has changed since OKC Black Lives Matter rally 2016?

Rev. T. Sheri Dickerson is happy when she thinks about the Black Lives Matter rally in Oklahoma City one year ago. She describes it...
Rev. Jesse Jackson speaking at BLM Rally, OKC

Ind Day brings mixed feelings for local Black Lives Matter leaders

Editor's Note:  In two stories, Free Press is exploring the thoughts of several leaders of the Black Lives Matter, Oklahoma organization on the anniversary...
Brook-Jimenez first day of vote

South OKC senate district vote begins

Thursday was the first day of early voting for the Oklahoma Senate District 44 seat in south Oklahoma City. And Democratic candidate Michael Brook-Jimenez has...

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