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Arnold was a major funder of Secure Oklahoma, one of the driving forces behind a successful 2014 effort to close the state employee pension system and move new workers to a 401(k)-style system. His $50,000 contribution the Oklahoma Council on Public Affairs financed anti-pension research that was shopped to legislators in efforts to sway them toward a defined contribution system. A lobbyist connected to Arnold is rounding up support to move Oklahoma teachers to a 401(k)-style system during the 2015 legislative session.

Up to Total: $549,999