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Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Murphy sworn in to final term

Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy is sworn in Monday for her second and final six-year term. Murphy, 57, took the oath of office for statewide elected officials and a second oath for corporation commissioners from Justice Yvonne Kauger of the Oklahoma Supreme Court. The ceremony, at the Chapel of the Cross at the Church of the Servant in Oklahoma City, was followed by a reception with family, friends and supporters. Murphy, a Republican, was first elected in 2008 to fill the remainder of an unexpired term and was reelected in 2010. Murphy last year drew a Democratic challenger, Richard Morrissette, but he dropped out of the race in June. [PROVIDED PHOTO]

Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy is sworn in Monday for her second and final six-year term. Murphy, 57, took the oath of office for statewide elected officials and a second oath for corporation commissioners from Justice Yvonne Kauger of the Oklahoma Supreme Court. The ceremony, at the Chapel of the Cross at the Church of the Servant in Oklahoma City, was followed by a reception with family, friends and supporters. Murphy, a Republican, was first elected in 2008 to fill the remainder of an unexpired term and was reelected in 2010. Murphy last year drew a Democratic challenger, Richard Morrissette, but he dropped out of the race in June. [PROVIDED PHOTO]

Paul Monies

Paul Monies is an energy reporter for The Oklahoman. He has worked at newspapers in Texas and Missouri and most recently was a data journalist for USA Today in the Washington D.C. area. Monies also spent nine years as a business reporter and... Read more ›

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