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Turf over textbooks?By OCPA president Jonathan SmallIn 2018, Oklahomans will see the largest teacher pay raise in state history, dramatic tax increases, and record total funding for education. Since March 29, $610 million in new tax increases and annua…

  Oklahoma’s Republican politicians have another indictment to face in the growing class warfare narrative.  The candidate filing fees were massively increased in recent years, effectively making citizen representation more favorable to the a…

  Tragedy hit this western Oklahoma town without warning. NEWS9 has coverage of the many families displaced by the wildfires which were stoked by extremely high winds and lack of green vegetation.News9 […]
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State Rep. Elise, R-Oklahoma City, announced Friday that she will not seek re-election for House District 100.“It has been an absolute honor and privilege to represent my friends and neighbors in House District 100, since being elected in 2010,” Hall s…

Rep. Cockroft Announces He Will Not Seek Re-ElectionOKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Josh Cockroft announced this week that this will be his last legislative session. He is not seeking re-election.“I want to thank the great people of House District 27 for pu…

Mike Hunter Files for Attorney General

OKLAHOMA CITY – Longtime Republican activist, attorney, and public servant Mike Hunter today filed for Attorney General.“I’m pleased we will have the opportunity in this race to raise awareness and debate the s…

CATHY COSTELLO SHOWS STRONG FINANCIAL POSITION IN FIRST QUARTER

Cathy Costello finished the latest fiscal quarter of her campaign for Oklahoma State Labor Commissioner with an impressive account balance of more than $520,000.00.&nbsp…

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Candidate filing begins April 11

Large crowds expected if teacher demonstrations continue at State Capitol, candidates should be prepared and give themselves extra time(Oklahoma City) – The 2018 candidate filing period for state, federal and nonpart…