Wednesday, November 6, 2019

GOVERNOR STITT WELCOMES MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT ARMY MASTER SGT. MATTHEW WILLIAMS TO OKLAHOMA



Governor Kevin Stitt today hosted Medal of Honor recipient Army Master Sgt. Matthew Williams at the Oklahoma Capitol.



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Monday, November 4, 2019

GOVERNOR STITT TO BRING TOP TEN CABINET TOUR TO MCALESTER, NOV. 14



Governor Kevin Stitt announced today his plans to bring the Top Ten Cabinet Tour to McAlester, Oklahoma on Thursday, November 14.



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GOVERNOR STITT APPOINTS NEW MUSKOGEE COUNTY DISTRICT JUDGE



Governor Kevin Stitt announced today the appointment of Timothy King as the next District Judge for Muskogee County.



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Friday, November 1, 2019

Oklahoma Pardon & Parole Board Recommends Largest Single-Day Commutation In US History

Citizens cheered as the Pardon & Parole Board
moved to release well over 400 prisoners.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board voted unanimously Friday to recommend the sentences of 527 state inmates be commuted, the largest such action in state and national history. The office of Governor Kevin Stitt will process the recommendations by end of day Friday for final approval.

“This is a historical day for criminal justice reform in Oklahoma, as we send the largest single day commutation of sentences in our nation’s history to the governor’s desk,” said Steven Bickley, Executive Director of the Pardon and Parole Board. “With this vote, we are fulfilling the will of Oklahomans. However, from day one, the goal of this project has been more than just the release of low level, non-violent offenders, but the successful reentry of these individuals back into society. It has been a moving experience to see our state and community partners help connect our inmates with the resources they need for a successful reentry and I thank Governor Stitt, DOC Director Scott Crow, and the many local nonprofits, churches, and job creators that stepped up to ensure these inmates have every opportunity for success.” 

Sunday, October 20, 2019

The Top Ten Tour Continues..

Oklahomans,
Our people are the heart and strength of our state.
This is why my administration has made it a priority to get outside of the State Capitol and into your communities through what we are calling our Top Ten Cabinet Tour. 
At each stop on the Top Ten Cabinet Tour we are meeting with Oklahomans, listening to their ideas and concerns, and seeing firsthand the exciting things going on in their cities and towns. 

Keep an eye out for more details on our Facebook and Twitter pages, and join us as we work to make Oklahoma a Top Ten state!   
We look forward to seeing you soon,
Governor J. Kevin Stitt

Friday, August 11, 2017

Gov. Fallin Names Interim Adjutant General

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today named Brig. Gen. Louis Wilham to serve as Oklahoma’s interim adjutant general. Wilham, Oklahoma’s assistant adjutant general, will command the Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard, and will serve on the governor’s Cabinet as interim secretary of the military. His appointment is effective Wednesday, Aug. 9.

Wilham takes over for Maj. Gen. Robbie L. Asher. Fallin named Asher adjutant general in February 2015.

Fallin informed General Joseph Lengyel, chief of the National Guard Bureau, of her decision to make a change in the adjutant general position.


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Gov. Fallin Establishes Task Force to Assess Oklahoma Corporation Commission

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today issued an executive order establishing a task force to undertake an organizational analysis of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Building upon the announcement last month of changes made by the Corporation Commission to streamline operations and

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