GOP Governor Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma is hitting the ground running by swiftly accomplishing his entire first-year agenda.
Bringing his business skills to state government, Governor Stitt has shown that bold leadership and fresh ideas can lead to unprecedented results. A recent Norman Transcript editorial cites observers of Governor Stitt:
Stitt’s down-to-earth leadership style coupled with his charisma and business acumen is changing the way the state’s top executive office operates and is perceived. Supporters and critics alike say they’re impressed that Oklahoma’s newest governor managed to get his entire first-year agenda passed by the sometimes-fractious Legislature. They’re pleased by how accessible he’s been. And they say his ‘political outsider’ persona has seemingly come at the perfect time.
The editorial goes on to praise Governor Stitt’s remarkable ability to communicate across the aisle in order to get things done, including securing a teacher pay raise and implementing a responsible spending plan.
With dynamic leadership and a commitment to bipartisanship, Governor Kevin Stitt is wasting no time bringing results-driven reforms to the Sooner State.
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