governor elect

Jim Scott, with the Office of Management and Enterprise Services, cleans snow off of the platform where Gov.-elect Kevin Stitt will stand during his inauguration on Jan. 14.
Whitney Bryen / Oklahoma Watch

Hundreds of donors and supporters will welcome Kevin Stitt as Oklahoma’s 28th governor during four days of events starting today, including a pair of black-tie balls, gourmet dinners and entertainment from a country-music star.

Kevin Stitt is shown speaking at a forum in Oklahoma City in August during the campaign.
Whitney Bryen / Oklahoma Watch

Incoming Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt is asking the attorney general to review his plan to step away from his mortgage company as it becomes a bank and to approve a conflict-of-interest policy for his family investments.

A Checklist Of Campaign Promises: Can Stitt Fulfill Them?

Nov 12, 2018
Gov.-elect Kevin Stitt speaks at the Republican watch party on election night at the Bricktown Events Center.
Whitney Bryen / Oklahoma Watch

Gov.-elect Kevin Stitt ran on a platform of bringing an outsider’s perspective to Oklahoma government and said he will draw on his business background to push the state into top 10 rankings for education, job growth and other areas.