It's less than two weeks until the people of Tulsa elect their next mayor and right now both candidates are focusing on the economy.
Friday, Kathy Taylor released her plan to attract businesses to Tulsa, which would mean more jobs.
She said it starts at City Hall.
"The difference that businesses tell me is when they open a business in Oklahoma City or Dallas, it is celebrated that they are coming and applying for a permit. And that they said when they come to City Hall it feels like an us versus them environment," Taylor said.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett says, if that is the plan she used the last time she was in office, it didn't work.
He said she lost 18,000 jobs.