EX-LIEUTENANT GOV­ER­NOR LANDS JOB WITH CYBERSECURITY FIRM

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Ok­la­homa’s out­go­ing lieutenant gov­er­nor has landed a job with an Ok­la­homa City cybersecurity tech­nol­ogy firm.

Two-term Repub­li­can Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb an­nounced Tues­day that he’s join­ing TriCorps, a pri­vately held com­pany that op­er­ates in 12 states and the Dis­trict of Columbia. He will be the com­pany’s chief de­vel­op­ment of­fi­cer.

The for­mer U.S. Se­cret Ser­vice agent was elected twice to the state Se­nate be­fore run­ning for lieutenant gov­er­nor in 2010 and 2014. He couldn’t seek an­other term be­cause of term lim­its and launched an un­suc­cess­ful bid for gov­er­nor in 2018, fin­ish­ing third in the GOP pri­mary.

Im­age: Sue Ogrocki

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