ūüö® REMINDER: Election Day and Wagoner County GOP November Monthly Meeting ūüö®

Just wanted to remind everyone, if you haven't early voted, to GET OUT AND VOTE Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 3rd between 7am and 7pm for President Donald Trump, Senator Jim Inhofe and Congressman Kevin Hern.  And remember to Vote NO on SQ 805.  Then come out on Thursday, Nov. 5th and join us in hearing our Guest Speaker James Miller, Vice President of OK2A at our November Monthly Meeting.  You can find out all the info below about when and where.  We can't wait to see you all and let GET OUT AND VOTE on Tuesday.  #LeadRight

Larry Wasson, Chair
Wagoner County GOP

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OKGOP & WCGOP Supports Governor Stitt On SQ 805

I wanted to make sure you received the below message from the OKGOP and Governor Kevin Stitt about voting NO on SQ 805.  Wagoner County Republican Party Executive Committee also agrees with Governor Kevin Stitt.  We also had sent our a mailer this past week to over 11,392 households in Wagoner County encouraging them to Vote Republican and to also Vote NO on SQ 805. 

Also don't forget about our November Meeting on Thursday, November 5th at Abundant Rain, 12425 South 273rd East Avenue, Coweta, OK 74429.  We will have OK2A James Miller there.  You can find more info about that here.

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ūüö® Important Election Information from Wagoner County GOP ūüö®


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Wagoner County GOP November 2020 Monthly Meeting

Wagoner County Republican Party Newsletter

Next Meeting Scheduled for Thursday, November 5, 2020

(Please note we are at a new location.)

7:00 pm

Guest Speaker: James Miller, Vice President of OK2A

James Miller, Vice President of OK2A

James Miller is the Vice President of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, the States Leading Advocate for Second Amendment Rights.

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Wagoner County GOP October Monthly Meeting - Cobbler and Conversation with Congressman Kevin Hern

Wagoner County Republican Party Newsletter

Next Meeting Scheduled for Thursday, October 8, 2020

(Please notice it is the 2nd Thursday of the month. We had to do this due to the Congressman's schedule. And also please note we are at a new location.)

7:00 pm

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Wagoner County GOP September 2020 Monthly Meeting - Candidate Information Committee Presentation "Somewhat or What Nots"

Wagoner County Republican Party Newsletter

Next Meeting Scheduled for Thursday, September 3, 2020

7:00 pm

Guest Speaker: Our own Wagoner County Republican Party Candidate Information Committee - Presentation (Somewhat and What Not's)

Come and hear what Wagoner County Republican Party has been doing to help deliver Candidate Information to it's voters in Wagoner county.

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Wagoner County GOP August 2020 Monthly Meeting

Wagoner County Republican Party Newsletter

Next Meeting Scheduled for Thursday, August 6, 2020

7:00 pm

Guest Speaker: James Miller, Vice President of OK2A

James Miller, Vice President of OK2A

James Miller is the Vice President of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, the States Leading Advocate for Second Amendment Rights.

He started as a regular annual member 7 years ago and continued volunteering for the cause. Eventually becoming the VP, where he helps Market and Spread the message of a Liberty throughout his Great Republic.

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ATTENTION

Please be advised that the only mailer provided by the Wagoner County Republican Party is our Candidate Information postcard many voters received a few weeks ago.

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Wagoner County GOP June 2020 Candidates & Monthly Meeting

Wagoner County Republican Party Newsletter


VOTE NO on SQ802.

The June 30 primary election ballot includes a vote on State Question 802, an Oklahoma Medicare expansion bill.  The Wagoner County Republican Party Executive Committee unanimously opposes this State Question and encourages all voters to turn out in large numbers and VOTE NO on this SQ802. 

  • If approved, this mandate would be added to the Oklahoma State Constitution, taking it out of the hands of the governor and legislature to administrate, control or change.
  • If this question passes, Oklahoma would be obligated to provide medical assistance to adults at or below 138% of the federal poverty level regardless of whether the US Congress continues to pay a large portion of the costs. Congress would dictate how much money actually leaves Oklahoma‚Äôs treasury. Moreover, federal bureaucrats set the federal poverty level, which would determine Medicaid eligibility. The Oklahoma Legislature would merely be a conduit to finance the federal government‚Äôs policy decisions. This is unconstitutional. ¬†
  • A spokeswoman for¬†Oklahoma Governor¬†Kevin Stitt¬†(R) said, "If SQ802 passes, our state agencies will experience deep cuts, because the ballot measure offers no mechanism to pay for it. The governor does not support this unfunded mandate."

Please not that a low voter turnout is expected, and it is critical that all Republicans get out and vote Tuesday, June 30th to keep this measure from passing.


Next Meeting Scheduled for Thursday, June 11, 2020

7:00 pm

Guest Speakers will be invited 2020 Republican Primary Candidates 

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ūüö® ATTENTION: HELP STOP THE EMINENT VOTER FRAUD IN OKLAHOMA! ūüö®

I wanted to forward a email sent out by the OKGOP last night dealing with a major overreach by the Oklahoma Supreme Court.  You can find the email the sent below.  However, if you were not aware on Monday, May 4, 2020 the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled to remove the requirement of providing a copy of an Oklahoma photo ID or Notary Seal to verify a voter's authenticity when voting by Absentee Ballot.  The ruling states that all is necessary now is just a signature on the ballot, with NO proof that it is your ballot and your vote!

State lawmakers are working to pass SB 1779 that would require Oklahomans voting by absentee ballot to include a photocopy of their ID.  This would make Oklahoma one of only three states with similar requirements.  Follow this link the full article explaining the bill.

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