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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...
Protesters at end of morning

US Attny Gen draws protesters at Rose State

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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...
impeachment rally

Rallies reveal surprising support for Horn’s impeachment decision

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Congresswoman Kendra Horn's campaign headquarters was the site of dueling rallys Tuesday night in OKC, one for impeachment and the other against.
Pickets outside Sen Lankford's office

Sen Lankford’s office picketed over border child separations

A group protesting the current U.S. policy of separating children from families attempting to cross the border gathered outside Senator James Lankford's OKC offices...
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...
Solidarity with Charlottesville Rally in OKC

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

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“We will remember our martyrs!” may have been the most striking line from the numerous speeches at the Oklahoma Standing in Solidarity with Charlottesville...
Dollens - Salyer

Dollens continues to connect with local people first

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Mickey Dollens continues to do what helped him win the HD 93 seat in November. He keeps his ear tuned carefully to his local...
Second sheriff debate

Second sheriff debate shocks, confuses some

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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...
initiative petition

In initiative petition, Okla politicians would no longer get to pick their voters

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Gerrymandering, the process of elected officials drawing districts every ten years to assure their own re-election, would end by a new initiative petition.
Rep Steve Russell's office door

Oklahoma City’s congressman dodging town halls

Oklahoma’s 5th District representative to Congress has the largest city in the state in his district. And he has chosen not to hear from any...