AFP starts off the week in MWC, Durant
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.
We would like to thank both the Midwest City Rotary and the Bryan Co. Republicans and Conservatives Club for having us at their events. We are most appreciative of your time and availability and look forward to coming back soon!