When Constance N. "Connie" Johnson began working as a staffer in the state Senate, there was a sign above the water fountains on the first floor of the Oklahoma State Capital. One fountain indicated it was for "Colored people". The year was 1981. Today, she's a leading democratic candidate in the Oklahoma State Gubernatorial campaign. Riley Ross sits down for a long episode where we talk about EVERYTHING from her upbringing to present day. Episode is sponsored by Al's Bicycles Northwest 405-728-7100.




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