Energy firms among those contributing to Gov. Stitt’s campaign

Reports indicate that energy firms and groups, those in Oklahoma and those nationally, contributed to Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt’s campaign in the most recent quarter.

The governor raised $208,000 in the quarter that ran from July 1 through Sept. 30. He received $4,000 from Exxon-Mobil’s political action committee as well as $5,000 from the Oklahoma Energy Producers Alliance and another $2,000 from the One Gas. Inc. political action committee.

At least $172,713 came from individuals while $25,570 was from special interest political action committees. Some of the individuals included oil and gas company executives.