After rule change, statewide candidates don't have to reveal financial information
When Oklahomans return to the polls to select the state's next governor and a host of statewide and legislative officers, they will be making their choices without potentially decisive information.
That includes how much candidates earn in their private-sector careers and what their sources of income and investments are. If they have any financial dealings that could pose conflicts of interest in office, the facts won't likely be made public. Voters will only know what candidates choose to divulge.