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OKG Newsletter


Topic: election

Sarge in charge

Quirky under-the-radar political candidate Joe “Sarge” Nelson makes his fourth mayoral run.


News

Tim Farley
Joe “Sarge” Nelson intends to seek the Oklahoma City mayor’s job for the fourth time, but he readily admits victory is farfetched.
 
Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Cornett, Shadid make mayor bid official


News

Tim Farley
The battle for Oklahoma City is officially on.
 
Wednesday, January 29, 2014

TW Shannon resigns House Speaker role


News

Gazette staff
T.W. Shannon announced today that he is stepping down as Speaker of the House but will retain his House seat representing Lawton area as he runs for U.S. Senate.
 
Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Race is on

Four candidates filed for this year’s mayoral race. Oklahoma City’s primary election is March 4.


News

Tim Farley
Oklahoma City’s upcoming mayoral election will be one of the most important in many years, two of the leading candidates said.
 
Thursday, February 6, 2014

Engineering change

This dark horse candidate for OKC mayor has transit on his mind.


News

Kelley Chambers
EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is part of a series of interviews with Oklahoma City’s 2014 mayoral candidates. Check okgazette. com for last week’s interview with Mayor Mick Cornett, and stay tuned for more.
 
Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Getting involved

Mayoral candidate Ed Shadid asks a lot of questions about local government. He thinks voters should, too.


News

Tim Farley
EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is part of a series of interviews with Oklahoma City’s 2014 mayoral candidates. Check okgazette.com for last week’s interview with candidate Phil Hughes.
 
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

LETTERS

 
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

A national celebrity

2014 MAYORAL ELECTION


Commentary

Kevin Perry

As a kid growing up in Oklahoma City, I thought television personalities were larger than life.

 
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Shadid is ‘We the people’

2014 MAYORAL ELECTION


Commentary

Shauna Lawyer Struby
When I first met Ed Shadid in 2011, he was running for Oklahoma City’s Ward 2 council seat. I expected the standard superficial political gesture and thrust out my hand, saying, “Nice to meet you, Dr. Shadid.” He met my eyes directly, shook my hand and responded, “Please, just call me Ed.”
 
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
 
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