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Senator Randy Brogdon and State GOP Chairman hold Panhandle Meeting
10/17/2010
 

State Senator Randy Brogdon and State GOP Chairman Matt Pinnell will hold an informative meeting on Friday, October 22nd at 7p.m. at the Ambassador Inn Restaurant meeting room in Guymon, 1909 NW Main HWY 64. The event is open to the public and sponsored by Beaver, Cimarron and Texas County Republicans.

Senator Brodgon will be discussing the State Questions that will appear on the November 2nd ballot. Senator Brogdon is the founder and president of Freedom's Roll Institute, a non-profit organization whose mission is to Resist, Restore, Educate and Liberate using Constitutional principles. Senator Brogdon is of true champion of freedom proven by his legislation such as: The Taxpayers Bill of Rights, The Taxpayer Transparency Act, 10th Ammendment Resolution, Obamacare Opt Out and many more. He enjoys life with his lovely wife Donna in Owasso, Oklahoma where they reside.

Chairman Matt Pinnell will be giving an update from the State Republican Party. Matt is the youngest Chairman to be elected as the state GOP leader. He spent three years in Washington, D.C. in the field of grassroots advocacy and legislative affairs for the American International Auto Dealers Association and the American Association of Orthopedic surgeons. Matt lives in Tulsa with his wife and two children. Carolyn McLarty, National Republican Committeewoman will also be on hand to discuss the RNC. Elected officials and candidates running for office have been invited to attend the meeting. Mike Ford of Beaver County stated, "We are hoping for a good turnout of the three Panhandle counties to our Republican meeting. The general public is welcome to come and get informed on the Candidates and State Questions that will be on the November 2nd ballot." For more information contact: Dallas Mayer 580-652-2716.

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