TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin is scheduled to deliver her annual address before hundreds of politicians and business leaders at the Tulsa Regional Chamber.
Fallin, a Republican, is to speak during a luncheon Friday in downtown Tulsa.
Fallin said during last year's remarks in Tulsa that she had strived to make Oklahoma more business-friendly, had invested in education and kept taxes low, among other accomplishments.
Fallin — the first female to hold the position of governor in state history — was elected in 2010.