PRESS RELEASE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR HEALTH CARE REFORM WITHDRAWS ITS ENDORSEMENT OF KENNETH RICE IN THE JULY 27 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY TO REPRESENT THE FIRST DISTRICT OF OKLAHOMA …Shaker said, “Because health care in America is under such dire threat from ObamaCare, ACHCR can have only one goal: to support the candidate that not only embraces the principles of liberty, but the candidate who we consider to be most likely to represent those principles in Washington. In our view, Nathan Dahm is that candidate.”

Oklahoma Primary and the Importance Thereof

While I do have a number of friends and contacts there, that is not what drives my concern. I have come to believe that Oklahoma is at the tip of a spear that for so many reasons, is pointing in the right direction. Oklahoma has a very strong, organic movement comprised of resolute people committed to the Constitution. It is considered by many the home of State Sovereignty and it requires less digging to find some strong legislators at their Capitol than in my own and other states. Continue reading

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact: Spain Southard, Campaign manager                405-255-1250                media@houchenforcongrtess.com                www.houchenforcongress.com   U.S. Congressional Candidates Houchen (R) OK-D2 & Harris (R) OK-D4 Announce Joint Primary Night Watch Party  (Hugo, OK) 21 July 2010 – The congressional campaign offices of Howard Houchen and R.J. Harris announce a joint primary election Watch Party to take […]

Blockwalking in Oklahoma – A Nebraskan’s Perspective

Oklahoma Republican Voters Vocal and Not Happy. What does that mean?

By Shelli Dawdy

Of course one night walking blocks for a couple of candidates isn’t necessarily an indicator of a trend. But it’s interesting when it coincides with national polling results in at least one important aspect. (See this Gallup poll regarding party affiliation.)

While out walking blocks yesterday in two Oklahoma neighborhoods, several folks either indicated they were no longer Republicans or would not be voting. In one instance, a gentleman who is known to be more liberty-oriented by his neighbors flatly refused to change his registration back to Republican even to vote for liberty-minded candidates. Perhaps that particular fellow is a rarity, its one thing to answer “Independent” to a pollster, it’s another matter to go to the trouble of actually changing one’s voter registration.