P.4 Recent special election victories by Democratic party candidates could be indicative of a shift in the electorate, one that state Democratic Party officials hope will translate into more wins in 2018. By Laura Eastes Cover by Jim Masarra
Oklahoma City voters set a course for infrastructure development over the next decade with the passage of two sales tax initiatives and a bond issue.
Oklahoma County voters will determine the next sheriff who will head an agency with a $34 million budget and run the state’s largest jail.
Twenty-four-year-old Anna Langthorn is determined to fight for the rights of all Oklahomans
The 2017 Point-in-Time study showed that 118 families in Oklahoma City have no permanent place of residence.
“From a funding standpoint, the fundamental difference is [medical providers] receive a care management fee,” said Sunnie Glover, Integris’ vice president of professional services and development.
The race for Oklahoma City’s next mayor began to take shape after Mayor Mick Cornett’s February announcement that he would not seek a fifth term in office. Within days, State Sen. David Holt, Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan and political newcomer Marina Mangiaracina declared their interest. Those three remain as the field’s only public entrants…
“I am really interested in seeing streets get a shot in the arm,” Stone told Oklahoma Gazette during a recent interview in his office at City Hall.
“Unmet health needs like food insecurity, transportation issues and unstable housing can lead to developing risks for chronic diseases,” she said. “We want to combat individuals increasing their risks of developing chronic diseases through traditional health care with preventable care.”
“Victims can be taken to court over and over, sometimes over a period of years,” Peery said. “The right to a speedy trial doesn’t happen for victims. … The process of the court just re-traumatizes victims.”