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Mortgage company head wins GOP primary for Oklahoma governor

OKLAHOMA CITY — Tulsa mortgage company owner and political newcomer Kevin Stitt won the Republican nomination Tuesday in the race to become Oklahoma's next governor.

The 45-year-old owner of Gateway Mortgage Group defeated former Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett and advances to face Democrat Drew Edmondson and the winner of the Libertarian runoff in November.

Two-term Republican Gov. Mary Fallin couldn't run again because of term limits.

Stitt touted his experience growing his company, Gateway Mortgage Group, into one of the nation's largest privately held mortgage companies.

In mailers and television ads, Stitt hammered Cornett for not being supportive enough of Trump or his immigration policies.

In a televised debate last week, Cornett shot back, criticizing Stitt as a Johnny-come-lately to Oklahoma's Republican political scene.

"Where have you been over the last 14 years?" Cornett said during the debate on Oklahoma City's KOCO-TV. "You haven't been on the front lines fighting for conservative principles.

Donations pay mortgage for family of slain Massachusetts officer

That’s when Tunnel to Towers came in. The organization was founded to honor New York firefighter Stephen Siller, who – per the foundation’s website – drove his truck on 9/11 to the entrance of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, saw it was closed, “strapped 60 lbs. of gear to his back and raced on foot through the tunnel to the Twin Towers, where he gave up his life while saving others.”

The foundation now aims to “honor 9/11 by helping our nation’s first responders and service member, heroes who risk their lives for us every day.”

Michael, a decorated Army veteran, is just the kind of person the foundation aims to honor. Not long after his death, the foundation launched a campaign to pay off the family’s mortgage then contributed $100,000 to the cause.

From there, Tunnel to Towers said, donations came in from every state and a number of countries around the world.

“We can’t change what has been done,” said Frank Siller, the foundation’s chairman and CEO. “But, we can make it better by coming together to lift the families.”

Will standard variable rate rise for the mortgage express customers. I have been reading a lot about Halifax?

I am a little worried. My svr at the moment is 4.95% and i pay 425.00 at the moment every month.