Oklahomans are pretty happy with Mary Fallin.
According to a poll published on the New York Times Monday, 65 percent of the state approves of the job Gov. Fallin has done thus far, the second-highest number among governors up for re-election in 2014.
Only 23 percent disapproved of the state's first female governor, conversely among the lowest of the 32 eligible for a second term.
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Elected in 2010, the former lieutenant governor and congresswoman has set her sights on a number of high-profile -- often controversial -- measures, including a deep tax cut, smoke-free legislation and drone manufacturing during her time in office.
READ: 'Fallin talks health care, education, taxes and economy in State of the State address' (http://bit.ly/Fallinhighlights)
Fallin's time as governor has not come without opposition. On Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against her on behalf of local satirical news site The Lost Ogle, citing an alleged violation of the Oklahoma Open Records Act.
VIEW THE SUIT (http://bit.ly/YgMSaZ)
Oklahomans will have the opportunity to cast their gubernatorial ballot Nov. 4, 2014.