Term Limits

MuskogeePolitico:  Hern hits Harris in new TV ad

Kevin Hern, running in the 1st Congressional District’s GOP runoff, is out with a new TV ad hitting his opponent, former Tulsa DA Tim Harris, on earmarks, term limits, and attacks him as a career politician.Ironically, back in June, Hern issued a chall…

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MuskogeePolitico:  The Deception of Markwayne Mullin

Markwayne Mullin seems to have a problem with honesty.Today marks eleven months since the FEC caught Congressman Markwayne Mullin raising funds and making expenditures for a 2018 reelection campaign without filing the paperwork declaring his candidacy….

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Economist Brian Jackson to run against Mullin following term limits violation

Economist Brian Jackson Vies for Mullin’s Seat

Muskogee, OK—In March of 2017, Brian Jackson soft launched his campaign for the U.S. House of Representatives from OK District 2, the seat currently held by Representative Markwayne Mullin. Dr. Jackson is currently a professor at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah with a Ph. D. in Economics from Oklahoma State University.

While Brian is thankful to have had a fellow Republican in Congress since 2013, he believes it is time for the second district to elect a new, more conservative representative. He intends to prevent Rep. Mullin from breaking his term-limit pledge by defeating him during the Republican primary election expected in June of 2018.
​Mullin Broke Promise to Sponsor Term Limits Amendment for All of Congress

Washington, D.C. – A leading national term limits group is calling out Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-2) for breaking a promise he made to fight for a congressional term limits amendment.  U.S. Term Limits (USTL) highlighted that Rep. Mullin signed a pledge in 2011 vowing to co-sponsor legislation for congressional term limits, then broke his word by never sponsoring the bill. The broken commitment is especially relevant as debate in Oklahoma centers on […]

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