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This week in Oklahoma Politics

Filed by Michael Cross in Feature, Local News, News, Oklahoma Votes, Politics.
August 31, 2012

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Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill and ACLU Executive Director Ryan Kiesel talk with KOSU’s Michael Cross about the primaries and the Republican National Convention in this new weekly series.


One Response to “This week in Oklahoma Politics”

  1. Misty H says:

    Are you going to talk about how Ron Paul was unequivocally shut out of the RNC? Are you going to discuss how Gary Johnson was pulled from the Oklahoma ballot? Will there be talk of the Oklahoma elections not allowing write-in votes? Oklahoma does not have a free and fair election. We may as well be in Iran, oh wait, no. The US would step in if it were another country who was rigging elections like this. Shameful.

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