Search For New Oklahoma Attorney General Ongoing, But 'Time Is Of The Essence,' Stitt Says


Wednesday, June 23rd 2021, 9:00 pm
By: Carmen Forman , The Oklahoman


OKLAHOMA CITY -

Gov. Kevin Stitt has interviewed about a dozen candidates in his search for Oklahoma's next attorney general. 

In talking to reporters Monday, Stitt revealed few details about his process for finding a new attorney general to replace Mike Hunter, who resigned June 1 after The Oklahoman was set to report on his extramarital affair

Read the full story at oklahoman.com.

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