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OKG Newsletter

Topic: Ed Shadid

Walters only incumbent defeated in Oklahoma City Council elections

Swinton and Shadid set for a runoff


Clifton Adcock
Two incumbents in the Oklahoma City Council election Tuesday retained their seats, while a third was ousted, and a fourth race is headed to an April 5 runoff.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011

'Mo' money

A group running candidate attack ads is receiving indirect funding from the OKC Chamber.


Clifton Adcock
A group conducting an aggressive campaign, spending more than $400,000 in favor of certain City Council candidates and against others, is being funded by members of an economic development group founded by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber.
Monday, March 28, 2011

Shadid’s surge

Ed Shadid defeats Charlie Swinton in OKC’s Ward 2 runoff election


Clifton Adcock
Oklahoma City spinal surgeon Ed Shadid came out on top in Tuesday’s Ward 2 Oklahoma City Council runoff election.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Grand proposal

Can the Oklahoma City Council commit? Next week it might take the plunge by adopting a MAPS 3 timeline.


Clifton Adcock
Two major issues of the MAPS 3 program are likely to come up for approval at the July 5 Oklahoma City Council meeting: a proposed project timeline and a proposed site for the future convention center.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011

CFN Quote of the Week


Gazette staff
“It’s just people celebrating life and accepting everyone for who they are, accepting our diversity. That’s indicative of a ‘big-league city’— to celebrate our diversity that everyone is accepted here, everyone is protected here. It is a human rights issue.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Overcoming Momentum’s legacy


Doug Loudenback
The Committee for Oklahoma City Momentum, a recently formed nonprofit organization, spent $486,041 to support and oppose candidates during the recent Oklahoma City Council elections in Wards 2, 5, 6 and 8.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Crossed wires

Councilman Shadid hopes to formalize procedures that give the public and City Council more time to consider measures.


Clifton Adcock
A measure by Ward 2 Councilman Ed Shadid that would give more public notice and more time for the Oklahoma City Council to consider certain measures may include language on agenda-item deferrals as well.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011

‘Line in the sand’

Riddled by conflict and animosity, the Oklahoma City Council rejected a deferral process proposed by a targeted councilman.


Clifton Adcock
A measure by two Oklahoma City Council members creating a standard for deferring council agenda items was narrowly shot down at the Aug. 2 meeting.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Shadid's 'sacrifice'

Letters to the Editor

Johnny Roy
Regarding Clifton Adcock’s “Line in the sand” (News, Aug. 10, Gazette):
Wednesday, August 17, 2011