Flash Point: The GOP Primary is crowded, one candidate joins the team to talk about his campaign

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OKLAHOMA CITY- Republican gubernatorial candidate, Kevin Stitt from Tulsa, is one of many squaring off in the upcoming Oklahoma primary.

Stitt says he is concerned about how Oklahoma’s neighboring states seem to be thriving on many fronts and the Sooner state seems to be floundering. He believes reform is necessary.

Former Oklahoma Attorney General and current head of the EPA, Scott Pruitt is under fire over ethical questions.

Final thoughts from the Flash Point team.

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