Jamison Faught

MuskogeePolitico.com is operated by blogger Jamison Faught, and was started on July 31st 2008.

Faught is a lifelong Muskogee resident, and is a homeschool graduate. He and his wife Kristen have one daughter Carmen, born in July of 2015.

On the political side, Faught has volunteered on numerous campaigns, served as the chairman and organizer of the Muskogee Tea Party, and has been involved in both the Muskogee County Republican Party and the Oklahoma Republican Party for almost a decade. U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Muskogee) was the doctor who delivered him at birth (one could say Jamison was “doomed” from his first breath to become involved to some degree in politics), and his father (George Faught) has served four terms as the first Republican state representative in House District 14.

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OK Psychological Assoc opposes SQ793

Oklahoma Psychological Association Opposes State Question 793

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Psychological Association (OPA) today announced it is opposing State Question 793, a November ballot initiative that would allow big box stores like Walmart to op…

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VP Pence to headline rally for Kevin Stitt in Tulsa next week

Vice President Mike Pence to Campaign in Tulsa for Kevin Stitt for Governor

Tulsa, Oklahoma (Oct. 12, 2018) – The Kevin Stitt for Governor campaign announced today that Vice President Mike Pence will attend a political event for Kevin Stitt in Tulsa on …

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MuskogeePolitico:  Leading senior advocacy group supports SQ793

OKLAHOMA SILVER HAIRED LEGISLATURE ENDORSES STATE QUESTION 793

Leading Senior Advocacy Group Endorses Ballot Initiative That Would Allow Retailers To Provide Vision Care Services In Oklahoma At Affordable Costs

OKLAHOMA (October 9, 2018) – The Oklahoma Silver Haired Legislature  (OSHL) voted to endorse State Question 793 to offer affordable and more accessible eye care to Oklahomans.

“The Oklahoma Silver Haired Legislature is pleased to endorse State Question 793,” former president of the OSHL John Kusel said. “Vision loss is a fact of life for many of us as we get older. State Question 793 would allow Oklahomans to receive eye care in more convenient locations that offer the same care for a much more affordable price. This is especially beneficial to one of the state’s most vulnerable populations – the elderly.”

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Cornett endorses Stitt in Governor's race

Mick Cornett Endorses Kevin Stitt

Cornett Releases statement on Governor’s Race

OKLAHOMA CITY – Former Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett released the following statement in support of Kevin Stitt in his race for governor: “My campaign for governor was abou…

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MuskogeePolitico:  NRA, OK2A endorse Jim Olsen in OK House District 2

NRA and Oklahoma Second Amendment Association Endorse Candidate Jim Olsen as the Gun Rights Advocate for Oklahoma State Rep, District 2

Roland, OK— Both of the pre-eminent gun rights advocacy organizations in the nation published their findings that Rep…

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OCPA's Trent England comments on Kavanaugh appointment

OCPA Statement on Kavanaugh appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court

After Brett Kavanaugh was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, Trent England (pictured), Executive Vice President of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA), issued the following st…

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OCPA column: Teacher unions echo far left

Teacher unions echo far left

by Jonathan Small, president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA)

There are still echoes from last spring’s Oklahoma teacher walkout, not all of them welcome.

Most recently, Randi Weingarten, president of the Ameri…

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