TULSA - Senator Jim Inhofe has announced he's seeking re-election.
The senator stopped by the KJRH studio this week, saying he's seeking a fourth full term in the U.S. Senate.
Inhofe says he wants to focus on three things he believes President Obama is leaving behind: Gun rights in America, the war on fossil fuels and regulations brought against U.S. farmers.
"I guess I have an obligation to do the things that others aren't willing to do or don't have the knowledge to do, and that's why I'm running," said Inhofe.
The senator says he's traveling throughout the Sooner state during the current congressional recess, meeting with potential voters and taking in their concerns.
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