Former newspaper publisher running for state House pledges support for open government

A former newspaper publisher with a history of fighting for the public’s right to know has promised “to support legislation to strengthen” the state’s open government laws if elected to the House Continue Reading →

Democratic candidate for Senate District 40 pledges support for open government

The former executive director of the Oklahoma Women’s Coalition has promised “to support legislation to strengthen” the state’s open government laws if elected to the Senate District 40 seat. In signing FOI Oklahoma’s Continue Reading →

A Libertarian gubernatorial candidate signs Open Government Pledge

A Libertarian candidate has pledged that the state’s executive branch will comply with the letter and spirit of Oklahoma’s open government laws if he is elected governor. In signing FOI Oklahoma’s Open Government Continue Reading →

OKC mayoral candidates sign Open Government Pledge

Two candidates have pledged to comply with the letter and spirit of the state’s open government laws if elected mayor of Oklahoma City. In signing FOI Oklahoma’s Open Government Pledge for local candidates, Sen. Continue Reading →

Stillwater City Council member signs Open Government Pledge

A recently elected Stillwater city councilman has promised to comply with the letter and spirit of Oklahoma’s open government laws. In signing FOI Oklahoma’s Open Government Pledge for local candidates, John Wedlake also promised Continue Reading →

Seventh Open Gov’t Pledge signer joins Norman City Council

With the election of Sereta Wilson to represent Ward 5, seven of Norman’s eight City Council members have pledged to comply with the letter and spirit of Oklahoma’s open government laws. In signing FOI Oklahoma’s Open Government Continue Reading →

Signers of Open Government Pledge elected to state House, Tulsa County court clerk

Tulsa County’s new court clerk and three new state representatives promised prior to Tuesday’s election to support the right of Oklahomans to be fully informed about their government. In all, five candidates Continue Reading →