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OK2A March Meeting with Senator Nathan Dahm on March 22 at Heartland Church in Tulsa

This just in via email from Wayne Hill:

 Here is the notice for our March meeting this Thursday evening (March 22) at 6:30.  Our quest speakers will be State Senator Nathan Dahm who is a US Congressional Candidate for the 1st District.  

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Oklahoma - Special Elections by County on March 6th - THIS IS YOUR VOTE REMINDER!

Here is a listing of all the special elections by county across Oklahoma (it is a pdf file and downloadable):


Only problem is it doesn’t give you the ballot wording on bonds. 244 more words


Pick Pockets not just at state level - busy in Bartlesville too! Vote No March 6th

We have this wonderful idea and we’re going to let you pay for it…

Well let’s just say, I have my yard sign up!

Make our Downtown Great Again…

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The Raw Nerve of it All -- Arrogance and Corporate Greed of 'StepUp' Plan

Yes, I am mad as a hornet and wanting all the representatives in Oklahoma to know it!

There is NO excuse for raising taxes when you have not dealt with waste and fraud and SWAG.

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Still having the wrong conversation -- Cut the spending!


More laws and more taxes —

that’ll solve the problem = NOT!


Earlier this year, I did a post on this topic and it seems to deserve a repeat because we are still not having the right conversation!  

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Nathan Dahm for Congress Campaign Kick-off in Broken Arrow - For Life and For Liberty!

Recently Senator Nathan Dahm kicked off his campaign for Congress in Broken Arrow.  Special thanks to Bryan Mayberry for capturing the event on video for us.  

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It's Official! Senator Nathan Dahm is running for US Congress - District 1 in Oklahoma


Nathan Dahm Announces Run for Congress

May 5, 2017

Broken Arrow— Senator Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) today announced his candidacy for Oklahoma’s First Congressional District. Surrounded by over 100 supporters, Dahm said he has a passion to serve God by serving other people, and believes running for Congress is his next step in that service. 401 more words