While many other Oklahoma candidates were out seeking approval of the masses, one state senator was completing his most important and very selective commitment. Senator Nathan Dahm, of Broken Arrow, asked Brinkley Davison’s hand in marriage on Friday night. And in dramatic fashion he made the proposal in public to an unsuspecting young Tulsan & alumni of Oral Roberts University. Dahm is in the middle of his 2nd 4-year term in the Oklahoma Senat […]
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Senator Rand Paul Endorses Nathan Dahm in Oklahoma 1st Congressional Race
“I’m backing Nathan Dahm for U.S. Congress because time and again he has proven that he is a man of courage and conviction.”
Broken Arrow, OK — Today, U.S. Senator Rand Paul, R-KY, announced his endorsement of Nathan Dahm in the race for Oklahoma’s 1st congressional district. …
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Press conference at capitol with Senator Nathan Dahm and Senator Josh Brecheen on April 9 2018
Oklahoma taxpayers have been asked to shoulder a larger tax burden to pay our teachers and fund our schools – but the wind industry is fighting to keep its sweetheart deals and taxpayer handouts in addition to receiving a federal tax credit, property tax exemptions, and more. We should not be taking money out of the wallets of every Oklahoman by raising their taxes while continuing to cut a check for $70 million to the wind industry every year.
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Let’s stop throwing money into the wind Oklahoma!
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The announcement we’ve all been waiting for looks like it is set for Friday May 5th. Here’s the story via The Okie:
Dahm Plans ‘Special Announcement’ Friday, Will Run For Congress
Okie Staff Report
Broken Arrow State Senator Nathan Dahm will announce his intention to run for First District Congress at an event Friday morning, TheOkie.com has confirmed.
The 34-year-old was first elected to Senate District 33 in 2012. He serves as a Majority Whip and chairs the General Government committee. Dahm has previously run for US Congress in the 2010 primary.
He will announce his campaign at an 8am press conference at the Rose District Pavilion in Broken Arrow.
Current First District Congressman Jim Bridenstine had previously announced that he will keep his term limits pledge and will not seek re-election in 2018.
Dahm joins an already somewhat crowded field of Republican candidates including Tulsa businessman Kevin Hern, former Tulsa Co. DA Tim Harris, Andy Coleman of Bartlesville and Tulsan Scott Pendleton.
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OKGrassroots – Breaking News: Nathan Dahm Announcement to Run for Congress
The Tulsa Area Republican Assembly has made endorsements for the 2016 Republican Primary. These include the following:
Luke Sherman for Tulsa County Sheriff
Nathan Dahm Senate District 33
Amanda Teegarden Senate District 39
Scott McEachin House District 67
Chuck Strohm House District 69
Josh Turley – Michael Willis – Don Newberry in Tulsa County races
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1. Program June 29: Rep. Dan Fisher
2. Charlie’s Picks
3. Michener’s Musings
1. Program June 29: Rep. Dan Fisher. Our speaker this Wednesday at noon at Mama Roja will be Rep. Dan Fisher who decided not to seek another term representing House District 60 (Yukon and El Reno). Dan will reflect on his term of service and share with us the good, the bad, and the ugly. He will talk about what works and what does not work in state government, and assess whether or not there is any hope for this nation-state of Oklahoma. In addition we will discuss some of the primary election results from the night before.
2. Charlie’s Picks. We have all heard the admonition from pastors, pundits, and public educators: “Do your civic duty by getting out there to vote. That’s what’s important.” Pardon my Italian, but bologna! Please do not get out and vote unless you vote for candidates who understand the principles of good government. If you are a principled, educated voter (one who reads these updates), then please vote, and take friends with you and show them the proper way to vote!
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OKGrassroots – OCPAC and Charlie’s Picks for the Primary 2016
OKLAHOMA CITY (Feb. 8, 2016) – An Oklahoma bill would require legislative approval before a state agency could adopt or enforce any new federal rule or regulation, setting the stage to nullify such rules and regulations in practice.
Sen. Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) introduced Senate Bill 1161 (SB1161) on Feb. 1. The legislation would require state agencies to submit any new federal rule or regulation applying to them to the Oklahoma House and Senate before its adoption or implementation. Under the proposed law, the legislature would have the power to disapprove any such federal rule or regulation through passage of a joint resolution.
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