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Race for Governor Continues

Published: Summer 2018 By: Constitution Staff

Mary Fallin was prohibited by term-limits from seeking a third four-year term in 2018. With the seat...Continued Inside...

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Statewide Secondary Offices

Published: Summer 2018 By: Constitution Staff

In addition to the governors office, a host of secondary statewide offices, and one seat for the...Continued Inside...

Races for Congress

Published: Summer 2018 By: Constitution Staff

The U.S. Congress is composed of two chambers. Senators serve six-year terms with only a third of...Continued Inside...

Why are Supreme Court Vacancies a Big Deal?

Published: Summer 2018 By: Congressman Markwayne Mullin

President Trump has made again what is arguably the most important decision a president could make...Continued Inside...

Oklahoma Treasury Receipts Reach All Time High

Published: Summer 2018 By: Constitution Staff

Gross Receipts to the Treasury during the past 12 months ending in June, at $12.18 billion, are at...Continued Inside...

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Oklahoma State Legislators Rated

Published: Summer 2018 By: Constitution Staff

The Oklahoma Constitution presents the 40th annual Oklahoma Conservative Index, rating our state legislators. Members of each house of the Oklahoma Legislature were rated on ten key votes. A favorable vote on these issues represents a belief in fiscal...... Continued Inside...

Medical Marijuana Approved by Voters

Published: Summer 2018 By: Constitution Staff

There was only one state question on the June 26 primary election ballot, and it was approved by voters. There were 892,758 votes cast on State Question 788, with 56.86 percent voting in support of the proposal. This was the second effort by Oklahomans...... Continued Inside...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR FOR SUMMER 2018
Constitution StaffSummer 2018

Faith-based AdoptionKudos to Oklahoma state lawmakers for approving legislation (SB 1140) that grants legal protections to faith-based adoption agencies which cite their religious beliefs for not placing children in LGBT homes. But its amazing and...... Continued Inside...

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TIDBITS FOR SUMMER 2018
Constitution Staff Summer 2018

Libertarians Get First Ballot PositionThe Oklahoma State Election Board held a drawing on July 12 to determine the order of political parties on the 2018 General Election ballot. A drawing was also held to determine the order of Independent candidates in...... Continued Inside...

Oklahoma Treasury Receipts Reach All Time High

Published: Summer 2018 By: Constitution Staff

Gross Receipts to the Treasury during the past 12 months ending in June, at $12.18 billion, are at an all-time high, State Treasurer Ken Miller announced. In addition, at $1.1 billion, gross receipts for the month also set a record high for June...... Continued Inside...

Why are Supreme Court Vacancies a Big Deal?

Published: Summer 2018 By: Congressman Markwayne Mullin

President Trump has made again what is arguably the most important decision a president could make during his time in the White House: he nominated another judge to the Supreme Court of the United States. Keeping the promises he made to the American...... Continued Inside...

Constitution Columnists

Brandon Dutcher

What Type of School Would Oklahomans Select?
Leaders in the public-education community often point out (correctly) that the vast majority of...

Richard Engle

A Few Modest Proposals
As candidates for office, from statewide to state house, search for votes, they might want an idea...

Andrew K. Boyle

Oklahoma Pot in a Nation of Nazis
Polemic prose concerning political discourse abounds at present, in the most bizarre terms. It plays...

John Michener

Primary Election Analysis: What Happened? What Does It Mean?
What can we take away from the primary elections held on June 26? Broadly speaking, we see that...

Theodore King

THE FEDERAL PAGE FOR SUMMER 2018
The First District RaceOn Monday, June 18, I attended a seminar in Tulsa on crypto-currencies, i.e....

David Deming

OU President Galloglys Challenge
When he assumed office on July 1, OU President James Gallogly found a full plate. But foremost among...

Steve Byas

Is Ignorance Now a Virtue from Candidates for Public Office?
With Tulsa-area businessman Kevin Stitt making the runoff for governor, I am now persuaded that a...

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