Oklahoma governor's chief of staff announces resignation
July 24, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt's chief of staff is planning to step down at the end of the month to pursue opportunities closer to his family in Tulsa, the governor announced Thursday.
Chief of Staff Michael Junk's last day on the job will be July 31.
"Commuting between Oklahoma City and Tulsa has been challenging for my family and me," said Junk, 36, who has three children, including a 14-week-old son. "Now is the right time for me to step aside and catch up on some of the moments with my young children that will not last forever."
Junk joined Stitt's transition team in...