3 men vie to replace Oklahoma City's longest serving mayor
December 10, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Three men are vying to replace Oklahoma City's longest-serving mayor and take the helm of the state's capital city.
Republican state Sen. David Holt, Democrat Randall Smith and independent Taylor Neighbors all filed candidacy paperwork by this week's deadline to seek the nonpartisan post that pays $24,000 per year. Longtime Mayor Mick Cornett is stepping down after 13 years and running for the Republican nomination for governor.
The Oklahoman reports Holt has raised more than $360,000 for his campaign through Sept. 30. Neither Smith nor Neighbors have filed paperwork...