NRA endorsements for key Oklahoma Senate races in Republican primary – Daniels, Dahm, Loveless

NRA Endorsements state by stateHighlighting some of the most important senate races across the state here in this post but you can see all the endorsements from the NRA here >>>.

Oklahoma State Senate District 29 – Julie Daniels (Aq)

Oklahoma State Senate District 33 – Nathan Dahm (A+)

Oklahoma State Senate District 45 – Kyle Loveless (A+)

 

NRA endorsement for Julie Daniels SD29

NRA endorsement for Nathan Dahm SD33

NRA endorsment for Kyle Loveless SD45

The NRA rarely goes against an incumbent with a good rating because they have an actual track record of voting rather than simply answers on a questionnaire. (Aq = rating on questionnaire / A+ includes voting records, ? = failure to respond) so when voting records are available that is factored into the endorsement rating.

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – NRA endorsements for key Oklahoma Senate races

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Sample Ballot for Washington County – Republican Primary District 2 – June 28 2016

If you want to pull down your own sample ballot and if you live in a different area here is an online election tool for Oklahoma.  You can also locate your polling place with the online election tool.

June 28 Statewide Primary Election (7A-7P at your polling place) Vote button
Last day to register to vote: June 3
Deadline to request absentee ballot: 5 p.m. June 22
Early voting: Thursday, June 23, 8 AM – 6 PM
Friday, June 24, 8 AM – 6 PM
Saturday, June 25, 9 AM – 2 PM

More election date info here >>>

Here is the sample ballot for the Republican Primary for Washington County District 2 which will occur on June 28, 2016:

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Republican Primary Sample Ballot for Washington County District 2 – June 28 2016

Senate District 29 Event with Daniels and Oliver via Examiner Enterprise Report

By Nathan Thompson
nthompson@examiner-enterprise.com

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.

Green Country Republican Women’s Club president Deb Cook, center, introduces state senate district 29 candidates Jean Oliver, left, and Julie Daniels, right, Monday night during a forum in the Bartlesville City Council chambers. Nathan Thompson/Examiner-Enterprise - See more at: http://examiner-enterprise.com/news/local-news/daniels-oliver-differ-income-tax-cuts#sthash.8SqXqWIV.dpuf

Green Country Republican Women’s Club president Deb Cook, center, introduces state senate district 29 candidates Jean Oliver, left, and Julie Daniels, right, Monday night during a forum in the Bartlesville City Council chambers. Photo credit: Nathan Thompson/Examiner-Enterprise

Oliver said she was very frustrated with the current legislative session. As a former teacher and wife of a physician, she was troubled with the budget cuts to public schools and health care.

“I’m not a politician, but I decided to run for office when I read about all the problems that Oklahoma was having with its finances,” Oliver said. “I’m especially concerned about the situation with education. I was approached by several educators because they want this issue addressed. We cannot continue to cut and cut and cut educational funding. Oklahoma has cut more funding in education, more than 23 percent, than any other state in the nation.”

Daniels said she wanted to run for office to restore the conservative platform of liberty and to stop federal mandates that have been brought onto state government.

“I very much believe in the strength of our representative form of government,” Daniels said. “I believe in individual freedom and opportunity. I believe in the strength of the family as the basis of the entire network. I am dismayed, disheartened and sometimes discouraged like so many of my conservative brethren in how much we have lost of these freedoms, mainly from the encroachment of the federal government upon states.”
– 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

Washington County Republican Precinct Meetings – Feb 8th at Bartlesville Community Center 7PM

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(email dated) January 28, 2016
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
Republican Party Precinct Meetings February 8
 
All registered Republicans in Washington County are invited to attend their individual Precinct Meeting on Monday, February 8, 2016, at 7:00 p.m., at the Bartlesville Community Center.  County GOP officials will be on hand to help attendees determine their precinct and join their precinct group for discussion and the election of precinct officers.  
 
According to County Chairman Mike Dunlap this is the first step to participate in the county and state convention.  “We encourage Republicans to attend their precinct meetings, especially if you are interested in serving as a delegate to the Washington County or State Republican Conventions.”  
 
The Washington County Convention is scheduled for February 27, with registration from noon to 1:00 p.m., and the convention starting at 1:00 p.m.  The location will be announced soon.  The State GOP Convention is May 13 and 14 in Oklahoma City.  “We will get more information to Republicans as soon as it’s available,” said Dunlap. 
 
Friday, February 5, is the final day to register to vote in order to participate in the March 1 Presidential Primary Election in Oklahoma.
 
Contact:                 Mike Dunlap  918-914-1982
                                DeAnna Kahre   918-698-0112
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Sandra Crosnoe
PCT 28 Chair
918.440.6876

Dear PSO Customer – new digital meter coming soon letter

AEP-PSO New Digital Meter Installation Letter dated Jan 05 2016AEP-PSO Oklahoma – New Digital Meter Installation Letter dated Jan 05 2016.  It is all about new digital meter installations coming soon.  I got a phone call today about it also.

Here is a pdf version of the letter above.

AEP-PSO New Digital Meter Installation Letter dated Jan 05 2016

smart-meterAnd yes, I will be making a call!  If you do too, please comment below.  I’d love to compare notes.

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PSO’s Customer Solutions Center

1-888-216-3623

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Here are a few questions I have:

  • Can you guarantee me no health risks?
  • Will you cover the costs of any health issues that arise?
  • Can you assure my privacy regarding personal data and energy usage?
  • Can you assure me that I will not be charged in the future for the cost of this installation?
  • How do I opt out and keep what is already installed instead?
  • What do I need to do to protect my sensitive equipment during your installation?

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National Day of Prayer in Bartlesville Was a Solemn Assembly with a Spirit of Humility

National Day of Prayer 2015

Pastors from all over the city led prayers over various topics from Marriage to Business, to Media and more. Together we prayed out loud a prayer of repentance – chilling in it’s scope. While I have attended the day of prayer events in the past and even called people to join in —  this time there was something different in the air. I don’t know if people realize how much trouble we are in as a nation, but they seemed to. There was a spirit of humility in the air, a sense of urgency to get it right, a calling that we must beseech the Lord for His grace and mercy in this time.  We have failed to do the things necessary to protect this nation in this hour.  We do not know if there is time to turn things around, but we do know the solutions are beyond our abilities.  We will need the intervention of the Lord God Almighty every step of the way.
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 (Donna Gustafson, Congressman Jim Bridenstine, Paul Gustafson, Pastor Rod MacIlvane, Sandra Crosnoe at the Bartlesville National Day of Prayer 2015)

National Day of Prayer – Bartlesville
5/7/15 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
The Voice of the Martyrs Auditorium

Events in other areas: : http://nationaldayofprayer.org

Washington County Grassroots Meeting – Thursday Dec 11th 6:30PM at the Bartlesville Library

 

Washington County Grassroots Graphic Corrected 2014Dear Friends in Washington County Grassroots,

Recently several people on our prayer team met to discuss a broader meeting this month in preparation for events that will occur in January 2015. We decided to set up a meeting to seek wisdom on matters:

Bartlesville Public Library (meeting room on 2nd floor)
Dec 11th 6:30 PM

Please come if you can and feel free to share with anyone interested in attending. We will share what we know about what lies up ahead and seek the wisdom of the body as we move ahead.

Sandra will share briefly about upcoming Republican party meetings in early 2015 with dates and process and ways to get involved if you are interested in doing so.

Precinct Meetings in January (precinct chair and other officers will be elected this cycle)
County Meeting usually in March (county chair and other officers will be elected this cycle)
State Convention usually in April (state chair and other officers will be elected this cycle)

If you have resolutions to share with everyone, please bring multiple copies to share and circulate!

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Shelle will share some projects on her heart and set up teams to tackle ongoing projects. Do you have 1 -3 hours a month you can spare for liberty? If so consider these team projects:

Patriots who will attend Local School Board meetings
Patriots who will attend City Council Meetings
Patriots who will attend County Commissioner Meetings
Patriots willing to reach out to local legislators and establish regular meetings with them
Patriots willing to share this information
Patriots who know the constitution is about protecting freedoms
Patriots willing to form Block Prayer teams
Patriots willing to be speakers/topics of interest

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Randy will share briefly about Oathkeepers and what that might look like on a local level:

[Recently] I woke up with a desire to offer precinct leaders and activists a forum to do more than serve the 2-party system .

A broader concept would be based on security and community – neighborhood watch, preparedness, resource sharing, Civil Preservation Teams like Oathkeepers has planned. (And ultimately, the intended function of a militia would be met—hopefully restored.

Here’s a link to an Oathkeepers page that provides a Documentary film on Martial Law —

http://oathkeepers.org/oath/2014/11/24/oath-keepers-saddle-up-for-midnight-ride/

We need to resist top-down control by Feds and renew local control through the People — an informed and educated grassroots network.

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Other items to add to agenda? Please let us know in advance of meeting.

We will keep the meeting itself to a 2 hour format to optimize everyone’s time.

Sandra Crosnoe
918.440.6876

LaShelle Griffith
918.876.2083

Randy Barnett
918.440.8000

 

Permalink: https://scrosnoe.wordpress.com/2014/12/06/washington-county-grassroots-meeting

Additional Reference Links:

OKGOP platform

OKGOP Rules

Statement of Republican Principles

Resolution concerning Common Core, passed by the OKGOP State Committee, 18 Jan 2014

Sample Resolutions from 2011 (via OKGrassroots)

The Official Call Oklahoma Republican Party

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