Congressional District 1 – Candidate Debate at OKWU on September 18th

Candidate Debate

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Tuesday September 18, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Location: Lyon Chapel and Fine Arts Center

OKWU is pleased to be chosen as the site for the first and perhaps exclusive debate between Jim Bridenstine and John Olson. University President, Dr. Everett Piper, will serve as host and moderator. Panelists will include Charlie Taraboletti of KWON radio and Pat Campbell of KFAQ. Questions will be taken from students and others in attendance.

Olson and Bridenstine are the Democrat and Republican candidates running for the OK District 1 House of Representatives.

John Olson is a husband and father to six children, a former U.S. Army Drill Sargeant, attorney, Afghan war veteran and small-business owner.

Jim Bridenstine is a husband and father to three children, Lieutenant Commander & pilot is U.S. Navy Reserve, has served in both Afghanistan and Iraq, and former Exec Director Tulsa Air Museum.

Both men will discuss and debate the important issues for our country today. The Bartlesville community is encouraged to attend and participate.

There will be a reception with Matt Pinnell following the debate for Republicans and friends of Jim Bridenstine:

Oklahoma Wesleyan University College Republicans

 Cordially invite you to join us at a complimentary reception with

Matt Pinnell

Oklahoma Republican Party – Chairman

Immediately following the Bridenstine v. Olsen Debate

When: September 18, 2012

Time: 7:15p.m.

Where: OKWU Chapel Foyer 

Light Refreshments Provided

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Special thanks to Connor Whitham
OKWU College Republicans – Chair

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

OKGrassroots

Vote Reminder: Just say NO on BISD bond election on Tuesday February 14th and save taxpayers a cool $50 Million!

Please tell the school board over and over again to get budgets in order and quit asking for more money in a time where most of us are reducing expenditures and cutting back! It doesn’t take more money to educate children. It requires better management of existing resources. We have given you plenty now get to work managing it properly, setting a good example, and living within our means on existing resources. Back to the drawing board BISD!

For more information see previous article here >>> Washington County: Let’s Say No to Proposed School Bond on Feb 14th and Send Board Back to the Drawing Boards « Finding Gems & Sharing Them

Facebook group with more information here >>> Bartlesville School Bond Issue 2012 ( the Facts)

Flyer opposing bond link here and embedded (downloadable) below >>> Just Say NO to BISD School Bond 2012 Flyer — Vote on February 14th 2012

As the flyer says:

We can spend less… reduce taxes…

 and still meet our students’ needs.

Send the School Board back to the drawing board!

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

Cross-posted with OKGrassroots

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