OKLAHOMA CITY — Members of Oklahoma’s Republican congressional delegation remained critical this week of the federal government’s recently-approved $1.2 trillion infrastructure investment, even as it became clearer how the more than $5.5 billion allocated for Oklahoma would be divvied up for state roads and bridges, improving water supplies and expanding broadband internet access.
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OKLAHOMA CITY — Joy Hofmeister’s defection from lifelong Republican to sudden Democrat as she announced a bid for governor sent shockwaves through Oklahoma politics Thursday.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Four members of the Oklahoma Legislature — two state senators and two state representatives — announced Wednesday the cre…
OKLAHOMA CITY — House Republicans early Wednesday unanimously advanced a measure that would grant immunity to Oklahomans who feel threatened if they run over protesters unlawfully blocking roadways.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House approved a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill that was championed by President Joe Biden, the first step in providing another dose of aid to a weary nation as the measure now moves to a tense Senate.
Despite long lines at the polls, Oklahomans cast a record-setting 1.56 million votes for U.S. president. Stephens County voters also showed out in large numbers as 19,046 ballots were cast in the area in the race for president.
Democrat Joe Biden has carried Michigan and its 16 electoral votes, further dismantling Donald Trump's Rust Belt wall of support that helped deliver him the presidency four years ago.
U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn, 44, an Oklahoma City lawyer, faced Republican state Sen. Stephanie Bice, 46, for the House seat that includes Oklahoma City, several conservative suburbs and two rural counties.
President Donald Trump and Republican U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe both coasted to easy victories Tuesday in deep-red Oklahoma.
The White House appears keen to endorse a temporary extension of a $600 per week supplemental unemployment benefit as the popular boost to both the economy and family budgets is about to expire. The idea is a prominent feature of top-level Washington talks on a major election-season COVID-19 response measure.