The 51st State: Can the Indigenous People of Oklahoma Support Kevin Stitt?

No, of course not. This was finally proven this past weekend when the leaders of the three biggest tribes in Oklahoma—the Cherokee, the Muscogee, and, my tribe, the Choctaw—stood up for themselves, their constituents, and their state, by opposing Gov. Kevin Stitt’s run for re-election.   I wonder what rights he’ll take away this week in his latest temper tantrum?   This severe blow to Stitt’s campaign was met with, well, paperwork that hearkened back to a time when Natives tolerated Stitt. Apparently, his team sent research from last year that showed, according to a poll of 500 likely voters, Stitt had support of 63% of Native American voters, even if that means the “Native American voters” that live in Stitt’s house.   From the Oklahoman:  
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