Kevin Stitt to be inaugurated as Oklahoma's 28th governor

    Oklahoma Governor-elect Kevin Stitt is ready to keep his promises on the campaign trail as he prepares to transition to the next phase of his political career. (KOKH/FILE)

    Monday January 14th, marks inauguration day in Oklahoma.

    Republican Kevin Stitt will be sworn into office as the state's 28th governor at 11:30 a.m. on the south side of the Oklahoma Capitol.

    The event is open to the public, however attendees are encouraged to RSVP.

    Here's some things you need to know before heading out to the Capitol this morning.

    Will seats at the event be assigned?

    No, seating is first come, first served. People interested in attending the event are encouraged to arrive and be seated by 11 a.m.

    Are there any items I can't bring to the event?

    Gifts for the Governor or any state officials will not be permitted. No large bags or any drones will be allowed at the event either.

    Can I take photos of the event?

    Yes, the public is encouraged to take pictures during the ceremony.

    Will there be interpreters at the ceremony?

    Yes, interpreters for the hearing impaired will be on site and located on the west side of the platform.


    Officials released this parking map for the public. Public parking includes the south side guest parking lot and the Will Rogers Memorial Office Building parking lot. After 10:15 a.m., the northwest parking lot and Harn Hornestead parking lot will be opened to the general public.

    Courtesy: Stitt for Governor

    Where can I watch the ceremony if I can't attend?

    FOX 25 will air the full ceremony starting at 11:30 a.m. We will carry it LIVE on-air, on our website and on the FOX 25 Facebook page.

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