- Ada, Oklahoma



Ann Miller, front holding award, of the Ada Jobs Foundation holds a plaque recognizing the AJF for its partnership with East Central University to further the education of Oklahoma’s workforce. With her at the presentation are Rick Wetherill, front row, from left, ECU executive director of continuing education and community services; Bridget Forshay, ECU small business specialist; Raymond Johnson, ECU interim vice president for finance and administration. Back row, Dr. Glen D. Johnson, chancellor, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education; Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb, and Dave Lopez, state secretary of commerce and tourism.

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For years, Oklahoma was a mostly Democratic state. In recent years, there has been a swing to Republican affiliation. Have you changed your political affiliation to Republican?

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