For months, personal computers at multiple state organizations in Oklahoma experienced been blocked from accessing the marketing campaign internet websites of a pair of candidates for statewide business office, but the Place of work of Administration and Organization Expert services has now whitelisted the web sites just after currently being requested about the concern by NonDoc.
The two sites are:
JoelKintsel.com, the campaign web site of Joel Kintsel, the Office of Veterans Affairs director who is complicated Gov. Kevin Stitt in this year’s Republican primary
NelsonForOklahoma.com, the campaign website of Jena Nelson, the lone Democratic applicant for superintendent of public instruction.
“The websites sited have been initially blocked on the state’s