Governor of Oklahoma
|Governor of Oklahoma|
|Residence||Oklahoma Governor's Mansion|
|Term length||Four years, renewable once (maximum lifetime)|
|Inaugural holder||Charles N. Haskell|
|Formation||November 16, 1907|
The office was created in 1907 when Oklahoma was officially admitted to the United States as the 46th state. Prior to statehood in 1907, the office was preceded by a Presidential appointed Governor of Oklahoma Territory with similar powers. The 28th and current Governor of Oklahoma is Kevin Stitt, a member of the Republican Party.