CHARLIE PRATER CAMPAIGN INVITES CONVICTED EMBEZZLER TO DEBATE — BOTH CONFRONT AUDITOR GARY JONES
Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector, Gary Jones, is firing back at Auditor candidate, Charlie Prater, after Wednesday nigh…
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Congressman Jim Bridenstine with Jason and Jessica CariniRogers County Treasurer Jason Carini announced today that he has received the endorsement of Congressman Jim Bridenstine.”I am proud to endorse Jason Carini for re-election as Rogers County Treas…
Following recent resignations by Grace Farmer and Jerry Buchanan (Sooner Politics story here), the First District Committee for the Republican Party met May 22nd in Tulsa to hold a special election for a new chair and vice chair. There were 16 voting members (one a proxy) present. After two rounds of tied voting and a brief question and answer period, Amanda Teegarden was selected as chair in a 10-6 vote. Voting was by secret ballot.
Joanne Tyree was the only announced candidate for Vice Chair and was elected by acclamation. Other candidates for chair were Bo Summers (withdrew after first vote and gave his support to Amanda Teegarden) and Jon McGrath. Neither Summers or McGrath or Tyree are members of the committee, but one does not have to be a member of the committee to be selected as chair or vice chair.
Congratulations to Amanda Teegarden and Joanne Tyree!
OKGrassroots – First District Committee Selects new Chair and Vice Chair – Congratulations Amanda Teegarden and Joanne Tyree!
Julie Daniels and Jean Oliver, both Republican candidates for state Senate District 29, answered questions Monday night during a forum sponsored by the Green Country Republican Women’s Club, held in the Bartlesville City Council chambers.
The event was moderated by Charlie Taraboletti of Bartlesville Radio, and was standing room only. The candidates answered questions ranging from the struggling state budget, education and criminal justice reform.
– See more at: Examiner Enterprise Article on Senate District 29
Finding Gems and Sharing Them – Senate District 29 Event with Daniels and Oliver via Examiner Enterprise Report
Michael Bates; one of Oklahoma’s most established and respected political bloggers, has found some really strange details about a very well-funded campaign for Tulsa County Sheriff.
Vic Rigalado has raised more money than all 9 other candidates COMBINED! But what’s really puzzling is that the money seems to come in large part from a small group of folks who are connected to a company located in another county.
“Why are the executives and employees of a Rogers County manufacturing company, many of whom don’t live in Tulsa County, so passionate, so willing to give sacrificially in support of a candidate for Tulsa County Sheriff?”
– Michael Bates
And many of the very large contributions come from folks who own very modest residences.
You can study the matter in greater detail at Batesline.com.
Congressman Bridenstine says: “I have the honor of representing the First District of Oklahoma, as such I believe that it is vital that I provide my constituents with information on how I vote on key legislation that impacts you. Similiarly, it is very important to provide you with the reasoning behind each vote.”
Below is a list of “key votes” in the 113th Congress that I have made. By clicking on the description of each bill, you will be able to read associated material that will inform you on the reasoning behind each key vote.
Randy Brogdon will be on a whistle stop tour this Saturday, May 24th. In a flashback to a day gone by when people met at the train station to discuss the important issues of the day, Randy and his team will be meeting in your town or a town near you this weekend on a whirlwind tour of the NE quadrant of Oklahoma. Please join him and be a part of the breathe of fresh air blowing in our land. It feels like liberty is in the air.