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Headlines: Early voting, Stitt self-funding & “Tulsa King” premiere

Local headlines for Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Early voting begins tomorrow. (NewsOK)

Governor Stitt adds $2M of his own money to campaign. (Tulsa World)

Governor Stitt is calling in out-of-state help for his reelection bid. (KOSU)

VA chairman says Stitt is targeting appointee for removal. (Tulsa World)

Rural-urban divide is showing up in general election race. (NewsOK)

Oklahoma judicial candidate targeted by fake mailers. (NewsOK)

First Americans Museum hosts rally to increase native voter participation. (KOSU)

Oaklawn Cemetery search reveals 17 unmarked graves. (Tulsa World)

Donut shop vandalized after drag queen event. (Tulsa World)

Prosecutor requests new trial date for subject of “The Innocent Man” documentary. (NewsOK)

Collaboration hopes to reduce the rate of teen births. (Journal Record)

Human trafficking task force gets $1.3M grant to combat sex crime. (Tulsa World)

EMSA settles lawsuit with ambulance provider for $10.5M. (Tulsa World)

Wagoner County lawsuits between assessor and power plant settled. (Tulsa World)

Tar Creek activists are raising concerns about lead pollution. (Journal Record)

OKC Amazon delivery center falls to cutbacks. (NewsOK)

UCO president announces her retirement. (NewsOK)

“Tulsa King” gets premier at local AMC theater. (Tulsa World)

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