Supt. Walters travels for movie premiere, media appearances, more – Oklahoma foots the bill

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Oklahoma State Superintendent Ryan Walters filed more than $4,000 in claims for out-of-state travel expenses during his first year in office, according to reimbursement forms obtained by nonprofit news outlet, The Frontier.

According to The Frontier, Oklahoma is footing the bill for Walters’ travel to a movie premiere, the Moms for Liberty annual summit, a conference sponsored by conservative think tank, The Heritage Foundation, and more.

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With expenses ranging from over $400 to over $1,200, Walters was able to sign off on his own expenditures as the head of the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

From there, the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) paid the travel claims since he submitted all required documentation, OMES told The Frontier.

Find a breakdown of the expenses on The Frontier‘s website.

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