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Was the 26th Governor of the U.S. state of Oklahoma (2003 - 2011).
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ENG: Charles Bradford "Brad" Henry (born July 10, 1963) was the 26th Governor of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. A member of the Democratic Party, he was elected governor in 2002. Henry faced Republican US Representative Ernest Istook for re-election on November 7, 2006, and won with 66% of the vote. Henry was the third governor and second Democrat in Oklahoma history to hold two consecutive terms, along with Democrat George Nigh and Republican Frank Keating. In 2010, Henry was ineligible to run for re-election as the Oklahoma constitution only allows two terms. His second term ended on January 10, 2011 as Oklahoma governors and other statewide elected officeholders are sworn-in on the second Monday every four years. Early life and education Henry was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma, the son of ...
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Gov. Henry hopes to make Supreme Court appointments


Outgoing Gov. Brad Henry confirmed Wednesday he hopes to appoint two more Supreme Court justices before he leaves office in January. "You know how I love to appoint judges,” Henry said at a news conference called to discuss the office transition from his Democratic administration to the Republican administration of governor-elect Mary Fallin. Henry already has appointed four justices to the nine-member Oklahoma Supreme Court. His fifth appointment is imminent. Henry confirmed that he met Wednesday with the three candidates whose names were submitted by the state ...


Henry welcomes Fallin to governor's office


OKLAHOMA CITY — Just hours after being elected Oklahoma's first female governor, U.S. Rep. Mary Fallin was welcomed Wednesday at the state Capitol with outgoing Gov. Brad Henry urging Oklahomans to rally around her. Fallin, a Republican, and her staff met with the Democratic governor for about an hour to discuss the transition process. The two-term congresswoman and former lieutenant governor will be sworn into the state's highest elected office in January. "The elections are over. The campaign is over," Henry said. "The time is now for us to put aside our differences and ...


Governor Brad Henry Seeks Disaster Aid For Oklahoma Farmers


OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry is asking for federal disaster aid to assist farmers and ranchers in all 77 counties of the state. Henry said extreme weather and drought conditionshave caused serious damage and losses to Oklahoma'sfarming and ranching industries. Summer and fall crops, hay forages, livestock grazing lands, and alfalfa have been particularly hard-hit, Henry said Thursday in a letter sent to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsak. "Oklahoma's farmers and ranchers have endured a very difficult year," Gov. Henry said. "Extreme and unpredictable weather has taken ...


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Governor Henry Seriake Dickson made history when he drove to Aleibiri in Ekeremor local government area of Bayelsa State, the first time a vehicle would reach the community, thanks to the construction of Sagbama, Ekeremor, Agge Road. The governor took time off after the historic drive to speak on a number of national issues, including the failure of the Federal Government to address the calls for the restructuring of the country, and the challenges confronting Bayelsa State and the Niger Delta.
McMaster launches S.C. schools tour to seek advice on improving education
Gov. Henry McMaster said Monday he's touring rural school districts to better understand what it will take to attract and keep the quality teachers that students need to keep South Carolina's economy strong. McMaster launched his eight-district tour in tiny Orangeburg 3, one of the districts that sued South Carolina for adequate education funding 24 years ago, commonly called the Abbeville lawsuit.
GOP challenger pledges no salary as S. Carolina governor
A Republican challenging South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced Wednesday that she will take no salary if elected to the state's top job and also pledged to never engage in any lobbying activity, proposals she said come in the wake of an alleged Statehouse corruption scheme that has resulted in charges for half a dozen legislators. Catherine Templeton 's campaign also told The Associated Press on Wednesday that she would bar governor's office staff from any lobbying activity while the governor they serve is in office.
Gov. Henry McMaster spoke about the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project Monday.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster joined the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to announce the start of the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project Monday afternoon. The award, officially made on Thursday, is for $213 million to the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co., LLC for the removal of 6 million cubic yards of material from the entrance channel.



 
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