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Lt-Governor Lamb Gets New Job

KWGS News/State of Oklahoma


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.