Zeke Campfield has been on the front page of The Oklahoman a lot in recent months. He’s been the lead reporter the past six months investigating the process relating to Gov. Mary Fallin’s decision to abandon plans for an online health insurance exchange.
But on Wednesday, Zeke appeared on our Opinion page. Not his reports, of course. Zeke’s reports are factual and fair — not filled with opinions.
His appearance on the Opinion page came from a letter to the editor:
I enjoyed Oklahoman reporter Zeke Campfield’s Twitter coverage of the Gov. Mary Fallin email release a couple of weeks ago. Campfield live-tweeted the event, providing updates that were informative and interesting.
That’s the beautiful thing about social media. Zeke is able to provide more insight on his day-to-day work than reporters of past generations were able to do. Sometimes, a reporter has to wait … sometimes for hours. And in most cases like that, they aren’t serving punch and cookies.
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