Vote Richard Engle for Republican National Committeeman – on Saturday May 14th

I whole heartedly endorse Richard Engle for National Committeeman.  He will stick to grassroots limited government principles for all of us!  Praying for wisdom for all.

For Life and Liberty,

Sandra Crosnoe (a precinct chair from Washington County)

Here is an email with more information on the race from Richard:

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First and foremost, thank you for your pledge of support for my bid to be your new Republican National Committeeman!
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But, I need your help.  Over the last month I have been making phone calls and meeting with delegates. The calls have been extremely encouraging and I have learned a great deal about what is important to all Oklahoma Republicans.
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That said, I need you to know that every vote counts and I need you to make the significant effort to come to the convention and vote.  Additionally, if you know any delegates in your county or across the state, please call or email them and let them know who you support for National Committeeman. Also, encourage them to attend the OKGOP State Convention this Saturday at 301 NE 27th St Moore, OK 73160. Doors will open at 7am and registration will end at 9am.
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I am excited to say that we are only a few days away from the State Convention which will take place this upcoming Saturday May, 14. With your support, and the hundreds of delegates who have pledged their support, we can reach victory on Saturday!
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I am incredibly thankful for all the notes of support and the encouraging messages many of you have sent.
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I am running for this position because I believe in the Republican Party. I believe that the principles of our Party, our Republican policies, and our conservative ideals are important enough to fight for. I believe in serving you, representing you, and as always, listening to you, the grassroots of our party.
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Thank you again for your support.
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God Bless you,
Richard Engle
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More information on the OKGOP state convention here >>>
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Duane Crumbacher for Senate District 48 near Midwest City Oklahoma – Get Involved and Make a Difference!

Sometimes you meet people and you know immediately that they are special. Duane is one of those people. At any event, he is the one making sure everything is taken care of and doing whatever is needed to make it all work. I know how he loves and cares for his family by the way he talks about them and by the way he orders his life priorities – at least from my distant perspective. We visited briefly recently about his race and I wanted to do a post for my friends to let them know about his campaign and hopefully so that each of you will figure out some way to help put this wonderful gentleman in office.

He was unopposed in the primary and now faces opposition in the general election. District 48 is in central Oklahoma near Midwest City.  Please consider what you might do to help if you live anywhere near the area.  Please consider a donation in any case. His website is duanecrumbacher.com.  His pushcards are below and offer great insight into the issues and his commonsense approach to life and liberty.  Get involved and help make a difference because many hands make light work!

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Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

Post permalink: https://scrosnoe.wordpress.com/2014/07/18/duane-crumbacher-for-senate-district-48-near-midwest-city-oklahoma/

Still Cruzin — #MakeDCListen

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Still Cruzin

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Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for OKGrassroots

Defenders of Liberty – Thomas Paine Award to Karen Cuellar

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Congratulations to Karen Cuellar!

Upon receiving the award Saturday August 24th in Tulsa, she said

“Humbled/honored/grateful/undeserving. I absolutely loved getting this tonight and standing beside and among so many great selfless liberty lovers. Thomas Paine, my favorite, so perfect and fitting: “If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.” Thank you for your encouragement, example, and giving my weary self the nudge I needed to continue the fight.”

With Joanna Francisco TC Ryan Ronda Vuillemont-Smith Josh Oldham David Oldham Nancy Humphreys Doc Liberty – you guys rock!

Video of event here:

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Karen is on facebook here >>>

More on this event via OK-SAFE here >>>  and

via Liberty on Tap Tulsa here >>>

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

My Congressman Jim Bridenstine — April Newsletter and Recent Votes — working to stop ObamaCare ASAP!

bridenstine200300April 2013

From the desk of Congressman Jim Bridenstine:

Restoring fiscal responsibility to Washington is one of the most urgent matters facing our nation. We must start living within our means and on a budget.  That is why I voted in favor of the conservative budget offered by Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin that would balance in ten years. Moving toward a point where federal spending does not exceed federal revenue will spur economic growth and real job creation. Such a plan is an immeasurable improvement over our current path of ever increasing debt and economic decline.
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Washington, specifically the United States Senate, has not done its job of passing a budget for the last four years, so the federal government is forced to operate on a series of so-called “Continuing Resolutions” (CR) instead.  A CR keeps the government running but, just as the name implies, continues “spending as usual” rather than providing a path to fiscal responsibility. I saw the latest CR as the last, best opportunity to stop the wasteful and increasingly unpopular ObamaCare program in its tracks before it is actually imposed. No one in the House fought harder than me to stop ObamaCare.  I voted against the CR since it included full funding to implement ObamaCare, and moving forward I will work to defund, dismantle, and repeal ObamaCare at every opportunity.
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Jim’s Recent Votes:
Keep track of how your Representative has voted for the month of March.
You may click on each vote to read the details of what was voted on.
3-4       H.R.307        No
3-5       H.R.688        Yea
3-5       H.R.338        Yea
3-6       H.R.933        No
3-12     H.R.1035      Yea
3-13     H.R.890        No
3-15     H.R.803        No
3-19     H.RES115     Yea
3-20     H.RES25     Yea
3-21     H.R.933        No

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them and OKGrassroots

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