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Topic: Andrew Rice

Is Sally Kern an aberration?

For the GOP to not condemn Kern is to condone her actions.


Sen. Andrew Rice
Being the Democratic nominee for United States Senate in 2008, when then-candidate Barack Obama was the nominee for president, was an eye-opening experience.
Friday, April 29, 2011

Rice steps aside

As state Sen. Andrew Rice resigns, Rep. Al McAffrey launches his Senate campaign.


Clifton Adcock
First elected in 2006, state Sen. Andrew Rice, D-Oklahoma City (pictured), said he is resigning in January 2012 to support his wife. Dr. Apple Newman Rice, who practices medicine, had a career opportunity arise with a private health group in Nashville, Tenn., the legislator said.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Climate change subject of panel discussion at OCU

Sen. Andrew Rice among speakers at Wednesday’s Town Hall Meeting.


Carmen Forman
A panel of climate-change experts will debate human impact at the Oklahoma Town Hall Meeting on Global Climate Change. 
Tuesday, November 15, 2011

A senator’s parting thoughts

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

‘A true statesman’

Letters to the Editor

Robyn Lemon Sellers
What a gift Gazette readers received with Andrew Rice’s “A senator’s parting thoughts” (Commentary, Jan. 11).
Wednesday, January 25, 2012

After Rice

Two candidates square off Tuesday to fill the Senate seat vacated by Andrew Rice.


Amy Lester
The two candidates vying for former state Sen. Andrew Rice’s vacated seat hope voters will take notice. Oklahoma voters don’t usually pay much attention to special elections; the last one that involved a Senate seat drew only 8 percent of registered voters.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Rice returns

Former state senator Andrew Rice is back in OKC, this time as head of the Variety Care Foundation.


Mark Beutler
Less than a year ago, Oklahoma lost one of its rising young political stars when former state Sen. Andrew Rice announced he was leaving. The twoterm senator had been the Senate’s Democratic leader and in 2008 lost a hard-fought race against U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012

MAPS for trauma


Andrew Rice
In April 2010, I attended an Oklahoma City Thunder playoff game against the Los Angeles Lakers and stood the entire game, along with 18,000 others. Our young team made a furious comeback to win. I did not lose my voice that night from cheering; I lost it from screaming.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013