Fallin, Others To Be Sworn Into Office During Ceremony

Jan 12, 2015

Gov. Mary Fallin and other statewide elected officials are scheduled to take their oaths of office on a cloudy, blustery and cold day in Oklahoma City.

Gov. Mary Fallin rehearses her second inaugural address Sunday on the south steps of the Oklahoma Capitol.
Credit Gov. Mary Fallin / Facebook

The ceremony is to start at noon Monday on the south steps of the state Capitol.

The National Weather Service forecast calls for fog and drizzle until midmorning, then clouds and temperatures in the low 30s and winds of 16-21 miles per hour with gusts of nearly 30 mph.

Fallin — a Republican — was re-elected to her second and final term in November.

Others to be sworn in are Corporation Commissioner Todd Hiett, Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones, Attorney General Scott Pruitt, Treasurer Ken Miller, schools Superintendent Joy Hofmeister, Labor Commissioner Mark Costello, Insurance Commissioner John Doak and Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb.

KGOU will carry the address live beginning at 11:30 a.m. Monday, courtesy of OETA.


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