Fallin and Hunter put profits over people. That’s why they’ve done nothing to prevent fracking earthquakes and sand mining pollution.

Oklahoma City, OK —  Oklahoma City attorney and Democratic nominee Mark Myles has visited over 50 of Oklahoma’s 77 counties and talked to thousands of Oklahomans. In western Oklahoma in particular, Myles listened to the many residents who are experiencing deteriorating health effects, allergies, asthma as a result of the silica in the air due to extensive frac sand mining: “It can have terrible effects…

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Statement Regarding Poultry Operations in Northeast Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK —  Mark Myles supports the Spring Creek Guardians group in their fight to protect their lands, air, water, and Oklahomans from the pollution and poisoning causing by the explosive poultry farm growth in the northeastern Oklahoma. “The proliferation of these poultry operations has problematically lacked transparency both in their operations and oversight. Airborne pollutants and surface and ground water/aquifer-transporting, industry-emitted waste materials…

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Finding and prosecuting internet scammers and predators will be a top priority.

Oklahoma City, OK —  Oklahoma City attorney and Democratic nominee Mark Myles firmly supports beefing up privacy and data protections for Oklahomans. “The job of the attorney general is to keep the people safe, both online and off. Finding and prosecuting internet scammers and predators will be a top priority as your next attorney general.” The office of the attorney general must enforce stricter means…

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Oklahoma Gazette takes a look at the candidates for Oklahoma attorney general

Oklahoma Gazette takes a look at the candidates for Oklahoma attorney general.  By Nazarene Harris The underdog Photo by Alexa Ace If 62-year-old attorney Mark Myles wins Oklahoma’s general election race in November, he will become the state’s first black attorney general. The opportunity to make history, he said, is exciting. And the chance to change Oklahoma for the better is even more so. “There’s…

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“What took so long, and why now?” Mark Myles responds to AG Office announcement regarding Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence Task Force

Oklahoma City, OK —  Oklahoma City attorney and Democratic nominee Mark Myles responds to Mike Hunter’s announcement on October 3 regarding the office of attorney general assuming the lead on the task force for sexual assault forensic evidence. “Thirty-four days before the election, Mike Hunter finally moves to have his office assume leadership of Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence Task Force in an attempt to improve…

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Mark Myles Endorsed by End Citizens United

End Citizens United (ECU) announced today that its state level project, Fight for Reform, is endorsing Mark Myles for Oklahoma Attorney General. This endorsement is a recognition of Mark’s leadership in the struggle to fix our broken political system. “I’m proud to stand with the people of Oklahoma against Mike Hunter, who is in the pocket of his corporate and special interests big money donors,”…

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Oklahoma must not have a vested interest in being the world’s prison capital. We must invest in education!

Oklahoma City, OK — Oklahoma City attorney and Democratic nominee for Attorney General Mark Myles believes that more must be done in order to save taxpayers money and invest in Oklahoma’s future. As a trained economist and attorney, Mark Myles fully understands the disproportionate costs of incarcerating people with no criminal history who do not pose a risk to public safety. “Every extra dollar spent…

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Outsider challenges insider for attorney general

Nondoc by Ben White October 2, 2018 The two candidates for Oklahoma attorney general come from different backgrounds, but each stressed their desire to be an advocate for all Oklahomans during recent interviews with NonDoc. Republican incumbent Mike Hunter, who took over the state’s top law enforcement post in February 2017 after then-Attorney General Scott Pruitt left to head the Environmental Protection Agency, has served…

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In November, Mark Myles aims to defeat appointed Attorney General Mike Hunter

The City Sentinel by Darla Shelden October 2, 2018 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – In an interview, the Democrat seeking to become attorney general of Oklahoma took aim at the appointed Republican incumbent, Mike Hunter. A wide-ranging exchange with Mark Myles included his “fundamental criticism” – Hunter’s lack of qualifications for the job. He also questioned Hunter’s lack of full transparency on the Tar Creek audit…

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