• Thu. Dec 8th, 2022

Stitt and Hofmeister hope for a result in their favor in the election

ByDebra J. Aguilar

Nov 9, 2022

Governor Kevin Stitt and his opponent Joy Hofmeister are hoping for a result in their favor on election night. The election is expected to be close in many races, including for governor. The incumbent Stitt is up for his second term after being elected in 2018. He takes on Hofmeister, the current Superintendent of Public Schools. Stitt will hold his watch party at the Embassy Suites in northwest Oklahoma City on Tuesday night. The location will serve as the GOP headquarters with several other candidates also hosting their watch parties there. As KOCO 5 has reported over the past few weeks, our polls show the race between him and Hofmeister is tight. KOCO 5 caught up with Stitt and his family after voting in OKC. He said he was satisfied with his campaign and highlighted his greatest achievement in the past four years. “I’m excited to see and hear from everyone across the state. We’ve left it all on the field. We’re excited. People are excited about the biggest savings account we’ve ever had in the state. history of our state. We went from a budget deficit to savings,” Stitt said. Hofmeister will join supporters at the Oklahoma History Center when the results come in. Her campaign said the Democratic candidate spent most of the day in OKC, focused on ballot efforts. She voted early in Tulsa on Nov. 3. she hopes the result will be. “We’ve worked with Oklahomans across the state. They’re ready for change and they know it’s time to focus on Oklahomans, not personal transactions…and infrastructure for good jobs. , “said Hofmeister. The last Democrat governor served over a decade ago and a win could be huge. Hofmeister has said during this campaign that she thinks Oklahoma is ready for change.

Governor Kevin Stitt and his opponent Joy Hofmeister are hoping for a result in their favor on election night.

The election is expected to be close in many races, including for governor.

The incumbent Stitt is up for his second term after being elected in 2018. He takes on Hofmeister, the current Superintendent of Public Schools.

Stitt will hold his watch party at the Embassy Suites in northwest Oklahoma City on Tuesday night. The location will serve as the GOP headquarters with several other candidates also hosting their watch parties there.

Camp Stitt showed great confidence, saying they were certain they would get a second term. As KOCO 5 has reported over the past few weeks, our polls show the race between him and Hofmeister is tight.

KOCO 5 caught up with Stitt and his family after voting in OKC. He said he was satisfied with his campaign and highlighted his greatest achievement in the past four years.

“I’m thrilled to see and hear everyone across the state. We left it all on the field. We’ve traveled statewide and we’re thrilled. People are thrilled with the biggest account of savings we’ve ever had in our state. We’ve gone from a budget deficit to savings,” Stitt said.

Hofmeister will join his supporters at the Oklahoma History Center as the results come in. Her campaign said the Democratic nominee spent most of the day in OKC, focused on ballot efforts.

She voted early in Tulsa on Nov. 3. This Oklahoma gubernatorial race is much tighter than expected.

KOCO 5 spoke to Hofmeister about what she hopes the outcome will be.

“We’ve worked with Oklahomans across the state. They’re ready for change and they know it’s time to focus on Oklahomans, not personal transactions…and infrastructure for good jobs,” said Hofmeister.

The last Democratic governor served more than a decade ago and a win could be huge. Hofmeister has said during this campaign that she thinks Oklahoma is ready for change.