The state Republican Party fully embraced Trump's remarks of Sunday and Monday, saying it is "deeply proud" of Trump.
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Fourth District Congressman Tom Cole, on the other hand, chalked up nearly $440,000 in contributions for the quarter and reported more than $1.5 million in cash, despite having no announced 2020 opponent.
Oklahoma's five representatives and two senators have been largely silent on Trump's social media habits, although Sen. James Lankford has frequently said he disagrees with much of Trump's language.
U.S. Sen. James Lankford and 4th District Congressman Tom Cole were among those sponsoring legislation to eliminate sections of U.S. law discr…
The chiefs of the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw and Seminole nations and the governor of the Chickasaws signed a resolution Friday in Tulsa saying they "reject" the governor's apparent threat to terminate the compacts if they are not renegotiated.
"Nobody we knew could figure out it was supposed to be a scissortail flycatcher," said Tulsan Kim Little. Widely panned, the design has already been targeted for replacement by the Stitt administration's "rebranding" initiative led by Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell.
Under the 287(g) program, persons being held on certain charges at the Tulsa County jail may be held for immigration officials once local charges are resolved.
The state treasurer said the drop may be related to stormy late spring weather, but noted that sales tax revenue had been slowing for several months.