Dear Reader:

As 2013 comes to an end, we want to thank you for the support you’ve shown Oklahoma Watch by following our coverage, attending one of our public forums, re-tweeting or “liking” our findings, and exploring the interactive data we’ve offered.

We are committed to providing you much more in the coming year. And, as always, it will be focused on helping you and all Oklahomans more fully understand the challenges, progress and impact of key decisions made about the state’s most important quality-of-life issues.

To help us sustain our mission, we also need your financial support. Last month, Oklahoma Watch was granted approval by the IRS as an independent, tax-exempt, charitable organization. Donations to Oklahoma Watch are tax-deductible. We invite you to consider making a gift, large or small, that will help fund our investigative and in-depth reporting and serve as a testament that our community support is widening. You will not be disappointed with the even more high-quality journalism we’re planning for 2014. You can make a donation in one of two ways:

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Our past year has been exciting. We now distribute to nearly 50 media organizations statewide, and our content has gotten the attention of lawmakers; political and civic leaders; editorial pages; experts in areas such as education, health care, criminal justice and poverty issues; and the general public.  We have had impact, we have won awards, and we have gotten positive national attention.

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Thank you again for your support.

David Fritze
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