From her 1990 race to join the Oklahoma House of Representatives, to her last gubernatorial campaign in 2014, Gov. Mary Fallin has never lost a political race. She’s the first woman to serve as both Oklahoma’s governor and lieutenant governor. She’s only the second woman since 1921 to represent Oklahoma in Congress.
She’s made history and led the state through economic uncertainty. She’s won landslide elections and polled as the least popular governor in the country. And now, for the first time in decades, Oklahoma moves forward without Mary Fallin in a leadership role.
Oklahoma’s only statewide news broadcast, the Oklahoma News Report (ONR), will air a special one-on-one interview with Gov. Mary Fallin, 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 4 on the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA). ONR co-anchor Susan Cadot will sit down with Gov. Fallin and discuss her accomplishments, her public life, motherhood and what the future holds for this history-making leader.
This is the kind of program you’ll only find on OETA.
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