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Brooks-Jimenez talks with Diane Dougherty

Brooks-Jimenez already knocking doors in Senate District 44

To follow Michael Brooks-Jimenez from door to door in Oklahoma Senate District 44, it seems that he intuitively senses whether to use English or...
Bennett at Grill on the Hill

Engaged voters

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Two meetings on either end of Friday at popular restaurants in Oklahoma City gave Rep. Forrest Bennett, D-OKC, a way to keep up with...
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Horn town hall covers COVID-19, public health issues, Medicaid expansion

Congresswoman Kendra Horn, CD-5, drew yet another crowd to one of her many town halls Saturday but absent any hostility, a current rarity in politics.
Imam Enchassi leading prayer

Muslim Day at Capitol – prayerful connections

Muslims came to a city church for education in the morning Thursday and then to the Oklahoma Capitol for public prayer and time with their...
Screen capture, OKDPS 2113 hours, 2018-4-4 "outside protest groups"

Okla DPS cites “outside protest groups” in vague statement

The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety issued a vague news release about “outside protest groups” around 4:30 p.m. CST Wednesday after their staff had...
Holt, wins race

Holt wins primary and race for Oklahoma City mayor

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State Senator David Holt received the majority of votes in the Oklahoma City mayoral primary Tuesday which gave him the win without a runoff. At...
SFSHS students rally for Dreamers

Peaceful walkout, rally for Dreamers staged at Santa Fe South HS

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Miguel Montelongo wasn't supposed to speak at the Clean Dream Act rally Thursday afternoon in front of Santa Fe South High School. But when the...
Guild at Pride Parade 2018 - from Guild for Congress Facebook page-1

Guild seen – later admits to – removing opponent’s campaign signs

Democrat Tom Guild was seen pulling up an opponent's campaign signs just as the afternoon rush hour was starting in Oklahoma City Monday. Guild is...
spencer hicks

Spencer Hicks declares candidacy for Oklahoma County Commissioner

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Spencer Hicks is running for the very public post of District 2 Oklahoma County Commissioner after having spent since 2004 working mostly...
Campaign signs along Lincoln Blvd as early voting begins

Gloves off in eastside HD99 Dem primary – Davis vs. Pittman

Steve Davis shifted the tone and level of intensity of the four-way Democratic Primary in the eastside HD 99 race Friday with a Facebook...