February, 2017

Four Enter House Race

Tulsa World Former Tulsa City Councilor Skip Steele and three other candidates filed Monday for the vacant Oklahoma House District 75 seat. Joining… 0

Sharp’s Nazi-mark Startles Many

By Jay Chilton, CIJ OKLAHOMA CITY — In a Feb. 20 meeting of the Oklahoma Senate Education Committee, state Sen. Ron Sharp, R-Shawnee,… 2

Brett Macy Enters Sheriff’s Race

Brett Macy, 53, filed today as a Republican candidate for Oklahoma County Sheriff. A former police lieutenant on the Oklahoma City force, Macy… 0

Christian Second Run at Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Official

As the filing period for the special Oklahoma County Sheriff’s election gets underway, one of the first to register for the race is… 1

Lankford to Take Part in Monday’s Physician-Assisted Suicide Debate

Senator James Lankford is taking part in the Heritage Foundation’s event, Physician-Assisted Suicide: Stories From the Frontline of the “Always Care, Never Kill”… 0

Murphey: Oversight Leads to Savings

By Rep. Jason Murphey The House Government Modernization Committee continued its series of oversight hearings last week. It’s been our goal to provide… 0

Pinnell Eyes Lt. Governor’s Race

2018 is heating up. Former OKGOP Chairman and RNC State Party Director, Matt Pinnell, has confirmed to The McCarville Report that he’s begun… 0

Holt Enters Mayoral Race

Following the news that Mayor Mick Cornett will not seek re-election in February, 2018, David Holt is entering the Oklahoma City mayor’s race…. 0

Vaccination Bills Face Committee Deadline This Week

Several bills dealing with how the state of Oklahoma handles vaccinations are facing the first major deadline of the Legislative session. The Tulsa… 0

New Lawmakers Keeping in Contact with Constituents

With more than 40 freshmen lawmakers at the Legislature this session many of them are relying on what got them there, doorstep campaign… 0

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