Most people are familiar with the story of the Pilgrims and the hardships they faced, as well as the time they set aside for celebration and giving of thanks which we now celebrate as Thanksgiving. Few are aware of the document written by the Pilgrims that served as the constitution for their colony. It is a great document that reveals the reason for the Pilgrim’s journey and their plans for the New World. As you take time to give thanks for all the wonderful things …Read More »
The swearing-in ceremony for the Oklahoma State Senate and State House of Representatives will be as follows:
Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
Oklahoma State Capitol Building
2300 North Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City, OK
House ceremony at 11:00am in the House Chamber
Senate ceremony at 12:00 noon in the Senate Chamber
Free parking is available in the lot south of the Capitol, as well as the east lot. Those using the south lot can enter the Capitol building just east of the south stairs outside. There should be signs with directions, however once …Read More »
Many people have asked about how they should vote in the upcoming election seeing as there is much more on the ballot than just the presidential election. We also have 6 state questions, 2 Tulsa County propositions, and many judges to vote to retain or not. While different people will both agree and disagree with these suggestions, they are simply suggestions. You must ultimately decide how to cast your ballot, and this information is provided so that you can be better informed when you vote. …Read More »
Many people have asked for the details regarding the upcoming swearing-in ceremony. Check back here for any additional details that may be added, but here are the specifics we know so far:
Oklahoma Senate Swearing-in Ceremony
Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 at 1200 noon
Oklahoma Capitol Building – Senate Chamber
2300 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
The event is free and open to the public, so please plan on joining us and invite others along as well! We couldn’t have accomplished this victory without the help and support of so …Read More »
Thank you all!
As you’ve probably heard by now, we scored a huge win in the run-off election last week. The results showed our victory at 53.9% to our opponent’s 46.1%. We are honored by all the support we received throughout this campaign- from the volunteers that gave so much of their time, to the donors who gave of their finances, and to everyone that got out and voted. All glory goes to God, and all our thanks and appreciation goes to those who have stood …Read More »
We are planning TWO HUGE Volunteer Days on August 16th and 18th. We plan on blanketing Senate District 33 with door knocking, lit drops, phone calls, signs and whatever other way we can get our message of limited Republican values out to the voters. With the clock ticking down to the runoff election we need all hands on deck and boots on the ground. If you can volunteer a few hours on either or both days, it will make a huge impact in this race. …Read More »
Today we celebrate our Independence Day! The day when our forefathers declared they wouldn’t go silently into the night, but we would take a stand for freedom and liberty; and a stand against tyranny. Take time today to read the Declaration of Independence. Refresh yourself with the eloquent language used to describe the foundation that was laid for our nation. A foundation based on the self-evident truths that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights- among …Read More »
Most people don’t celebrate Flag Day. That may be because the flag means different things to different people- to some it is a sign of honor, to others a sign of freedom, and to children in our schools it is often just a symbol to which they pledge.
Yet in the pledge of allegiance, it isn’t just to the flag that they are pledging, but to “the Republic for which it stands”. Our flag means many things to many people, but it is foremost a sign …Read More »
As you take time this weekend with family and friends, please remember the reason for Memorial Day is more than just bbq and the beginning of summer. It is a time to honor all those who have given and sacrificed for our freedoms.
While you take time over the weekend and enjoy your cook-outs and bbq meals, think of someone who you personally know that has sacrificed and find time to specifically seek them out and thank them in person for their service.
Sacrificing for others and …Read More »