| Gov.-elect Stitt’s chief salesman at the state Capitol will be Michael Rogers, a former state representative of Broken Arrow. Rogers plans on relying on his interpersonal skills to promote and push Stitt’s agenda.
Being a communications major, I understand the value of building mutually beneficial relationships between two parties. I’m curious to see how Rogers will do. | #lewisforgovernor#votered
@Regran_ed from @sibergirl - THINK, don’t FEEL!! Vote for rationality. Vote for the following facts: the booming economy, the highest gdp, the lowest unemployment rate, lower taxes, high consumer confidence, national security, lots of opportunity. VOTE REPUBLICAN!!!!
On my birthday would like to celebrate these amazing people in my life & rejoice in God, i have never been more content in my life! / ("May you always be joyful in your union with the Lord. I say it again: rejoice! Show a gentle attitude toward everyone. The Lord is coming soon." - Philippians 4:4-9)
| Matt Pinnell, our new Lt. Governor who begins his first term in January, says that not only does he want to show Oklahomans what it looks like to have a good relationship with the Governor, but he always wants to champion foster children and their families. He says that they often falls through he gap and he wants to work on closing it. I’m excited to see how he accomplishes this in 2019! | #votered#lewisforgovernor
| The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education voted on Thursday to request $878.2 million in state funding. This would help colleges to drive their students to complete their degree plan, shorten the time to get the degree, and save students and parents some money.
Who all wants their faculty members to get paid more and college to be less expensive? 🙋🏿♀️ | #votered#lewisforgovernor
|On Wednesday, Gov Mary Fallin commuted 21 Oklahoma inmates’ sentences to time served. All of them had served 10 or more years for drug possession and other nonviolent offenses that now will has less strict consequences following the passing of State Question 780.
Collectively, the inmates had been sentenced the 394 years. The Gov’s action brought that number down the 306.
I’m so glad these mothers and fathers can return to their families, just in time for Christmas.| #votered#lewisforgovernor