‘Politics’ Category

Newsmax Names Shannon to Top 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans

Former Oklahoma Speaker of the House T.W. Shannon is getting recognition from a conservative news organization, Newsmax. He was named as one of… 0

Lucas Hears Immigration Concerns From Enid Business Community

Congressman Frank Lucas met with the Enid Regional Development Alliance and the New American Economy to discuss the impact immigrants have on his… 2

Loveless Faces Finance Questions

Senator Kyle Loveless faces campaign finance questions. http://newsok.com/state-senator-being-investigated-over-campaign-issues/article/5539198

Board of Education Cuts Budget Due to Revenue Failure

The State Board of Education made cuts Thursday to the current fiscal year budget in response to the declared revenue failure earlier this… 1

Video: House Members Hopeful Senate Will Pass School Food Donation Bill

House members hope the Senate will support House Bill 1875 to save left over food at schools so it can go to hungry… 0

Bunny Chambers Honored

Longtime Republican official worker Bunny Chambers has been honored. http://www.soonerpolitics.org/editorial/okgop-matriarch-bunny-chambers-receives-lifetime-achievement-recognitions

Holt Ponders His Game

Statement by Senator David Holt regarding Oklahoma City mayor’s race: “I love my city. Thoughts of its future are never far from my… 0

Pettigrew Faces $4.3 Million Award

The Oklahoman A Tulsa jury has awarded insurance company First Trinity Financial Corp. and its CEO $4.3 million in a defamation case against… 0

Kivett Joins Firm

Jacksonville, FL – Josh Kivett has joined Majority Strategies, an influence marketing services firm specializing in awareness, persuasion and motivation, as National Strategist…. 0

House Committee Approves Bill Meant to Protect “Critical Infrastructure” from Protesters

Rep. Scott Biggs managed to get his bill to punish people for trespassing on or interfering with “critical infrastructure” like pipelines and rail… 0

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