In less than two months, Oklahomans are heading to the polls to decide on six state questions including whether to ban affirmative action in the state.
KOSU’s Michael Cross sits down with Ryan Kiesel and Neva Hill to talk about political issues in the Sooner State
Neva Hill and Ryan Kiesel talk about the Eastern OK Congressional Races and a third party trying to get on the presidential ballot
Neva Hill and Ryan Kiesel talk about the primaries and RNC
Since statehood the Democratic Party ran Oklahoma, but you wouldn’t know that to look at the makeup of today’s government.
Many are expecting only a trickle of voters in most of the state’s districts today for primaries.
Is the reddest state in the union getting redder? Could conservative Oklahoma be getting too conservative?
Our special edition of Commentary with Neva Hill and Fridays with Frosty.
At a young age most of us have been told how important voting is, and we certainly can’t go through a presidential year without being lectured by candidates that it’s the most important election ever.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin welcomed presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney to the reddest state in the nation on Wednesday.