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If you're anywhere near the Coweta area in northeast Oklahoma and are free this evening, head on over to the Wagoner Co. Republican Party meeting and hear the latest from AFP-Oklahoma.
Beginning at 6:30, the group will enjoy dinner. At 7, AFP-Oklahoma State Director Stuart Jolly will speak to the crowd. He will give them an update on what's going on economically ans fiscally at both the national and state level. He will also talk about the Defending The American Dream Summit, which is quickly approaching!
Tonight's meeting will be held at the Church of God of Prophecy in Coweta, 123 W. Sycamore St.
We hope to see you there!
As the old Bangles song goes - just another Manic Monday.
Americans for Prosperity-Oklahoma had a very full plate to start off the week, with appearances at two different cities in the state - Midwest City and Durant.
At Noon, AFP-Oklahoma was invited by the Midwest City Rotary to inform their membership on the latest related to the fiscal situation of both the state and federal government. State Director Stuart Jolly spoke to the group about the current national debt, unfunded state liabilities in the area of pensions and the latest on the Keystone Energy pipeline expansion project, which would run from Cushing southward to Houston and the port region there.
Monday evening, AFPOK was in Durant as guests of the Bryan Co. GOP. A huge crowd showed up to hear the message about limited government, less taxes and greater personal freedom.
MIDWEST CITY - A boisterous and large crowd filled the Reed Center Friday evening to let the State Department know that Oklahomans favor an expansion of the Keystone Pipeline Project from its current end in Cushing.
Hundreds were in attendance, ranging from union workers and political and business leaders that all favored the project to those who opposed the plan due to environmental concerns. And AFP-Oklahoma and a swarm of activists were there to stand in favor of the project because it will be a major boost to the state's economy, providing great jobs for Oklahomans and opening new revenue streams for tax coffers.
Tonight in Midwest City, a public hearing will take place at the Reed Center Exhibition Hall (map here) from 4:30 p.m.-10 p.m. to discuss the continuation of the Keystone XL pipeline southward to Cushing, Oklahoma.
Its important you educate yourself on this project because liberal, anti-energy activists are trying to stop it but the pipeline represents energy, freedom and jobs, not to mention the improved crude oil infrastructure in the state and country.