OVHC-PAC endorses the following candidates based on the criteria above. (see more on their website):
[Editor’s note: Pay attention to the color coding and understand that
Green is for Good – Go vote for them;
Red is for Stop – think about it and do NOT vote for them.
I did not understand when I first looked at the list so I simply stress this concept here for all our readers/sc]
Partial listing below for key races – more complete information on google docs link (above).
OKGrassroots — Oklahoma for Vaccine and Health Choice — Red is for STOP and Green is for GO! – Endorsements for Republican Primary 2016
In the race for House District 13 (map), State Rep. George Faught (R-Muskogee) has endorsed Al Stevens in the Republican primary:”It is my privilege to endorse Al Stevens for State Representative for House District 13. I have known Al for man…
Under layers of paperwork, Trever Brown digs deep to find out who’s trying to buy elections, and What kind of return they expect from the investment. One of the more powerful ‘Dark Money’ groups spending massive thousands in the primary election is a political action committee called ‘Catalyst Oklahoma’. Investigative journalist, Trevor Brown, has done a fair amount of work to expose the secretive group and who the group […]
The Tulsa County Election Board now says that Sheriff Regalado never did file the important document which declares his personal family financials (assets, net worth, etc.) when he first sought elective office. Rarely does an opponent ever bother to look at the other candidates’ documents. But this campaign has too many questions and it’s looking more shady in the last days of the race. When a citizen decides to run for public office, he files 3 initial reports:Declaration of candi […]
Carolyn Caudill Five term incumbent, Carolyn Caudill’s re-election is falling deeper into unlikeliness with the bad publicity of a fake endorsement. She claims former governor Frank Keating is supporting her. She even attributes a quote, in her recent mailer. Caudill’s re-election hit a big bump with her 2013 bust for Hit & Run and DUI. Phil Cross of OKC Fox 25 ran a report on the latest deve […]
by Charlie Meadows (former president of OCPAC)
It has become a tradition for me to publish my political tip sheet before important elections. These are my opinions of who I believe ought to win, not necessarily who I believe will win. This is a very important election cycle as we have the largest number of open seats since 2004, the first year term limits were fully implemented.
I will be a little more limited this year as I simply have not done the volume of research I have done in the past. Some folks may have information to which I am not privy and therefore have a different opinion, which is just fine.
Read more via Muskogee Politico Source Post
The Tulsa Area Republican Assembly has made endorsements for the 2016 Republican Primary. These include the following:
Luke Sherman for Tulsa County Sheriff
Nathan Dahm Senate District 33
Amanda Teegarden Senate District 39
Scott McEachin House District 67
Chuck Strohm House District 69
Josh Turley – Michael Willis – Don Newberry in Tulsa County races
Read more on these endorsements via Sooner Politics here >>>
It’s to the the “back of the queue” for the U.K., if President Obama is to be believed. The Brits ignored him and other experts and decided they’d had enough of the bureaucrats in Brussels. EU commissions regulate everything from the bend of bananas to the curvature of cucumbers. British Independence Day Gerard Baker discussed Brexit in a WSJ front page analysis, Britain Fires a
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1. Program June 29: Rep. Dan Fisher
2. Charlie’s Picks
3. Michener’s Musings
1. Program June 29: Rep. Dan Fisher. Our speaker this Wednesday at noon at Mama Roja will be Rep. Dan Fisher who decided not to seek another term representing House District 60 (Yukon and El Reno). Dan will reflect on his term of service and share with us the good, the bad, and the ugly. He will talk about what works and what does not work in state government, and assess whether or not there is any hope for this nation-state of Oklahoma. In addition we will discuss some of the primary election results from the night before.
2. Charlie’s Picks. We have all heard the admonition from pastors, pundits, and public educators: “Do your civic duty by getting out there to vote. That’s what’s important.” Pardon my Italian, but bologna! Please do not get out and vote unless you vote for candidates who understand the principles of good government. If you are a principled, educated voter (one who reads these updates), then please vote, and take friends with you and show them the proper way to vote!
Read the rest online here >>>
Or via google groups here >>>
OKGrassroots – OCPAC and Charlie’s Picks for the Primary 2016
The Tulsa Area Republican Assembly held their endorsement Convention Tuesday night, in Tulsa. While many local primary races were eligible to receive endorsements, the rules did not allow for the local group to formally endorse in races for congress. That didn’t stop the convention from passing a motion to hold an unofficial “straw poll”. The results were predictably in favor of Congressman Jim Bridenstine for a 3rd term in congress. The unanimous result was just one more affirmation of Republican support. Last night the House Freedom Caucus sent several of their members from across the nation to be a part of Jim Bridenstine’s Freedom Rally, at the Renaissance Hotel Ballroom. […]