2013 Tulsa Mayoral Forum: watch live tonight on My41


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presented by FOX23, My41, Cox Communications, and News Talk KRMG (2013 Cox Media Group)
presented by FOX23, My41, Cox Communications, and News Talk KRMG (2013 Cox Media Group)
Updated: 10/22/2013 11:34 am Published: 10/22/2013 10:58 am


FOX23, My41, NewsTalk KRMG, and Cox Communications will present a live broadcast of the 2013 Tulsa Mayoral Forum on Tuesday, October 22 at 7 p.m. The debate will air live on My41, FM102.3 and AM740 NewsTalk KRMG, and Cox Channels 3 and 703.

FOX23’s Clay Loney and KRMG’s Dan Potter will serve as the moderators of the live hour-long debate featuring Mayor Dewey Bartlett and former Mayor Kathy Taylor. Questions have been selected from those submitted by the public to our stations, through text and social media.

Share your thoughts during the debate by using the hash tag #tulsamayor2013 on Facebook and Twitter.

The 2013 Tulsa Mayoral Forum will be hosted at the Cox Business Center at 100 Civic Center in downtown Tulsa. Tickets have been distributed to the public, and the event is open to only those ticket holders, but the forum will be broadcast in its entirety and video will be available for viewing on FOX23.com and KRMG.com following the event. The Tulsa Mayoral Forum is sponsored by Cox Communications, FOX23, My41 and NewsTalk KRMG.

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CowBot9000 - 10/22/2013 2:13 PM
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Pretty much, Dave. Which idle millionaire will we vote in this time to make sure we get business as usual?

bowlerdave - 10/22/2013 12:39 PM
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Let's see. We can vote for a useless lyer that has done nothing but destroy Tulsa, or we can vote for a uselss lyer that has done nothing but destroy Tulsa. Hmmm.......
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