Kevin Stitt’s teacher problem

Advertising campaigns touting Stitt's support among educators have been criticized as being misleading and the gubernatorial candidate's high school chemistry teacher says he won’t vote for his former student.
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Updated: Energy company says its royalty owners ‘can make up their own minds’ how to vote after tax increase

“Earlier this year, the Oklahoma Legislature increased taxes on gross production by 150 percent,” the letter said.
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He lost everything to addiction before an Oklahoma City nonprofit helped turn his life around

“They helped me with my self esteem,” Kenny Belyeu said. “Nobody felt worse about me than I did. I didn’t feel I was worthy of having a good life. I was a lost soul.”
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Despite industry opposition to tax that led to teacher raise, CEOs at some of state’s largest energy companies got pay increases

While both Continental Resources and Devon Energy supported a failed plan that included a 4 percent tax increase on oil and gas production, they balked at a later 5 percent increase.
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‘Mixed bag of feelings:’ Back in the classroom, Tulsa teacher wishes walkout had continued

“What we’re doing now is we’re really going to start to support candidates who support education platforms,” Cherry said. “This is not over. Even though we’re not at the Capitol, it’s not over.”
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Oklahoma science teacher has met twice with Gov. Mary Fallin to voice funding concerns

“I think she heard us. I think she listened to us, but I don’t think it was much more than that."
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Oklahoma teachers look to November election for change

Momentum is one thing teachers running for office have on their side.
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Cyndi Ralston hopes to surf ‘The McDugle Tsunami’ to the state Capitol

Ralston was at least a week away from announcing her bid to unseat Kevin McDugle, R-Broken Arrow. Then his viral video changed everything.
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Fact check: An update on claims of Antifa and paid protesters from Chicago at the Oklahoma teacher walkout

Yes, there were protesters from Chicago at the state Capitol. There were people from an anti-racist group wearing bandanas too.
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