Please vote for the following Democratic candidates for office on Nov. 4. Then ask five (of your friends) to ask five (of their friends) to vote for Democrats too. Mid-term elections are generally low turnout. Getting our voters to the polls gives Democratic candidates an edge.
1 Justin Atkinson County Commissioner #1
What are my federal and state Senate and House districts? http://www.capitolconnect.com/oklahoma/default.aspx
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A win for Sarah is a win for all of us because she is “Building a Better FUTURE for All Oklahomans.
Sarah believes: All students should have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams and contribute to a strong economy.
Sarah believes: A strong economy is built not only from the top down, but form a growing middle class with ladders of opportunity for those who work hard to increase their income.
Sarah believes: All Oklahomans should have equal rights and access to services, including programs for veterans and military families, job and work training programs, increased financial support for police, firefighters and emergency medical technicians.
Building a Better FUTURE for All Oklahomans
I am the 4th generation of my family to be born and raised in Canadian county. I love this area and the people who look out for their neighbors. This is the place I have chosen to raise my children and it is my hope that someday they choose to raise my grandchildren here too.
I have worked in the finance industry for over 12 years. I have a degree in liberal arts from the University of Central Oklahoma.
My husband, Shane and I have owned K2 Veterinary Services for almost 9 years. I have managed this successful practice during some of the most recent economic challenges in Oklahoma history.
With this experience and my deep Oklahoma roots, I believe I would represent District 60 with common sense for the common good.
Visit Kendra's website at http://kendramenz-kimble.com/Home_Page.html or contact her at (405( 556.1959 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
All too often, our current representative votes against our best interests from our pocketbooks to our civil liberties.
Leon Pivinski will change that trend, starting with taking state sales tax off groceries. He has been getting a great reception in the district for this idea, which lets local towns and counties keep their portion of the sales tax for police, fire and critical needs.
Leon says, "I feel we can work together to get the right things done, and I would appreciate your support to see that it happens.
A retired letter carrier, Leon has been married to Pam for 35 years. They have two adult children who both graduated from Mustang High School..
Visit Leon's website at http://leonpivinski.com/home or call (405) 745-2389.
Maya Torralba is the Democratic candidate for House of Representatives in District 56.
A Kiowa tribal member and resident of Anadarko, Torralba founded and secured grant funding for the Anadarko Community Esteem Project to empower teenage girls and increase youth involvement with both Native culture and community awareness. She is a member of the Protecting Native Youth Coalition for all youth in the Caddo County area and the Native Youth Leadership Alliance, a national program that provides support to tribal college students. Maya is also a member of the Caddo County Suicide Prevention Task force.
She co-hosts of the KACO-FM Saturday morning program “Indians for Indians” and has also worked with the Kiowa Culture Preservation Authority as a Kiowa language grant coordinator.
Torralba is deeply committed to family. She is married to Brian Daffron, a professor at Comanche Nation College and has three children: son Chado, age seven, and a twin daughter and son, Kateri and Matthias, age five. She enjoys dancing with her relatives and honors veterans at the annual Kiowa Black Leggings Ceremonial at Indian City in October.
To volunteer, donate or get more information, contact Maya Torralba at:
Maya Torralba (HD 56)
1400 S. Mission
Anadarko, OK 73005
P. O. Box 162
Anadarko, OK 73005
J. P. Hemminger of Yukon is running for House District 43 against Republican Rep. Colby Schwartz. Hemminger is a university insructor and active member of the Canadian County Democrats. To volunteer, donate or get more information, contact J. P. Hemminger at:
J. P. Hemminger (HD43)
P. O. Box 852122
Yukon, OK 73085
Democrat John Morris of Calumet has announced his candidacy for County Commissioner for the third district of Canadian County. Former commissioner, Grant Hedrick, died in an automobile accident in November. Governor Brad Henry set the dates for special election as follows. The Primary will be March 2nd and the General election will be on April 6th. There are 5 republicans seeking this office also.
On the 18th of February, the El Reno Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Candidates Forum at Redlands Community College starting at 7:00 PM.Please come and show your support for our Democratic Party candidate for this important office.
For more information about John Morris, go to his website; email@example.com
Democratic candidate Larry Peck got twice as many votes as his Repub challenger in the House District 55 primary election on September 8! Now he needs your help to get another 1,000 voters out again on Oct. 13.
There will be a number of opportunities to help get out the vote. Check with Jody Harlan at jodyharlan AT gmail DOT com.
Check out Larry’s campaign website at http://www.pickpeck.com/.
A special election is being held to replace Democrat Ryan McMillan, who leaves as State Representative of House District 55 due to an appointment by President Obama earlier this year to a job with the Department of Agriculture.
The Democratic primary is on Sept. 8. We have two great candidates, Larry Peck and Alex Damon. Whoever wins has pledged to work like mad for the other so that the Democrats keep this seat. Contact one of the campaigns and see how you can help!
The general election is October 13.
Home 580-832-2981; Cell 580-660-1131
Alex owns a photography studio and has been mayor of Cordell since 2004, where he has helped revitalize the local economy. He was Oklahoma Mayor of the Year in 2008
Home 580-393-4472; Cell (580) 393-4471
Larry Peck has been a businessman, community leader, farmer/rancher and educator in Western Oklahoma. He is the editor of AgYouth Magazine.