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Vigil light

Vigil at Capitol draws new activists – opposes “Trumpcare”

Brandi and ­Jezy Gray would not say they were completely on the sidelines before Donald Trump's election in November, 2016. But their approach to...
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...
Kendra Horn

In loss to Stephanie Bice, Kendra Horn says “We’re not done yet!”

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The Congressional District 5 race was a close one the reality of the evening was that Stephanie Bice will be the next one in that seat.
Pete White Health Wellness Center 2018 Todd Stone

Stone re-elected to 2nd term in OKC Ward 4 – Two wards need April...

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One candidate was re-elected to another term Tuesday, as the other four advance to a runoff where voters will determine who wins those seats.
County Commissioners

Kevin Calvey already has challenger for 2022 commissioner race

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Local civic leader Cacky Poarch announced Friday that she will challenge District 3 Oklahoma County Commissioner Kevin Calvey in 2022.
MAPS 4 passes

MAPS 4 gets largest percentage approval in half-century of sales tax votes

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The MAPS 4 tax proposal intended to fund 16 different projects passed by the largest margin in the last half-century in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
solidarity

OK County Sheriff candidate Cubit says “crime does not exist in a vacuum”

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Wayland Cubit (D) could be making history as either he or Tommie Johson (R) will become the first Black sheriff in Oklahoma County.
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...