Finding and using Oklahoma state data

  • Event: 2017 Tulsa Watchdog Workshop
  • Speaker: Clifton Adcock of The Frontier
  • Date/Time: Friday, May. 5 at 10:45am
  • Location: Pocahontas Greadington Lrng & Creativity
  • Audio file: Only members can listen to conference audio

The Frontier reporter Clifton Adcock will provide a walk-through of the tools he uses to track spending by state agencies, political candidates, and campaigns. We'll cover territory that will help you find and write stories about individuals and institutions across the state, whether you live in Tulsa, Oklahoma City or Enid, and regardless of whether you cover local, municipal, or state government. 

Speaker Bios

  • Clifton Adcock has been a journalist in Oklahoma for more than a decade and has covered a wide range of issues including the state's criminal justice system, money in politics, and mental health. A native of southeastern Oklahoma, Adcock currently lives in the Tulsa area where he is senior reporter at the nonprofit investigative journalism organization The Frontier.

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