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Tulsa GOP held a meeting of the county Committee members. It is their first such meeting in 5 years. Nearly 100 showed up to get the latest news and grassroots party-building tools. David L. McLain is building a precinct partnership so that the county GOP is strengthened by having strong precincts. […]

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   The Tulsa Area Republican Assembly met tonight to endorse a candidate in the upcoming Special election for House District 76 (Broken Arrow). Numerous candidates appeared before the group to make their case for the support of this conservative group.   The candidates were given extended  time for speeches at last month’s meeting. Then they were asked  20-questions in a written inquiry. Finally, they were asked to be available to t […]

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  By 9pm the news was known. Oklahoma Democrats swept two races. Both of the districts had been in Republican hands for several years.  In both cases the Republicans were tactically outplayed. The Republican machine failed to connect and voter turnout was extremely low.  While the candidates themselves had some strong messaging, their label had lost a significant clarity. We can look to the legislative leadership and the governor for an explanation of […]

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 AG, Mike Hunter, has submitted his legal argument to the supreme court, regarding the challenge to the new tobacco tax, brought by retailers and associated distributors.  The 26-page document makes many novel claims including an attempt to tell the court to bar statements from any legislator.  The AG claims that the only legislative statement which should be considered is the majority vote tabulations, and that, in itself, should be the testimony […]

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  Kyle Loveless will accept a lifetime ban on any government employment or professional lobbying. The Oklahoman first carried the story of a settlement between the Oklahoma ethics Commission and former senator, Kyle Loveless.   On Friday, he signed a settlement agreement with the Oklahoma Ethics Commission acknowledging he misused more than $100,000 in donations to his 2012 and 2016 campaigns. &n […]

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Brogdon Calls On Jones & Lamb To Support Tax Challenge

Former senator, Randy Brogdon, joined the Pat Campbell Radio Show on Thursday morning, to express his strong support for the legal challenges to the controversial new tax hikes which the legislature is attempting to impose. Listen to the full interview with Richardson, and the resulting comments from Brogdon, here. “I am very disappointed in Gary [Jones] & Todd [Lamb]for not jumping on this lawsuit with Gary Richardson.That’s the first thing they should h […]

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  OK Energy Today just published a succinct expose’ on the selectivity shown by the legislature, in applying industry tax credits. Read their full coverage, here.. ​The Tax Credits Ignored by 2017 Oklahoma LegislatureJune 28, 2017 –   As the Oklahoma legislature targeted the wind energy tax credits for new wind farms under construction to be eliminated on July 1, the legislators did not target what could be […]

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With 3 major sets of plaintiffs already having filed court challenges to the Revenue measures passed by the legislature, The Oklahoma Supreme Court has already set Tuesday, August 8th, as the day when all of these combined cases will be heard.  The first filed challenge came from producers, distributors, and retailers of tobacco products. They will seek to have the new tobacco tax nullified by constitutional restrictions […]

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