In rural Oklahoma, Kevin Stitt calls dark money attacks 'unbelievable'

Gov. Kevin Stitt addresses about 120 ranchers and farmers at a rural forum in a Comanche County Fairgrounds building on October 26, 2022 in Lawton....

November 3, 2022
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Gov. Kevin Stitt addresses about 120 ranchers and farmers at a rural forum in a Comanche County Fairgrounds building on October 26, 2022 in Lawton. (Michael Duncan) (Editor's note: This article chronicles recent campaign stops by Kevin Stitt. A separate article from the same author chronicles recent campaign stops by Joy Hofmeister.) LAWTON / CACHE — The campaigns of incumbent Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt and Democratic challenger Joy Hofmeister might agree on one thing: The battleground for votes in the last week before the election lies in rural Oklahoma, where the issue of whether school vouchers favored by Stitt would harm small public schools has drawn both candidates to campaign far from metro areas and dive deep into one-water-tower towns.

Michael Duncan