Thursday, January 31, 2008



Oklahoma City- Former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential
candidate, Mike Huckabee, will be campaigning in Oklahoma City and Tulsa this Friday.

Managing general partner of the Oklahoma RedHawks and former state senator, Scott Pruitt, who Chairs Oklahomans for Huckabee said there will be two public rallies for Oklahomans to get a chance to meet Gov. Huckabee.

“I can unequivocally say that Gov. Huckabee is the only candidate running for president who has a unwavering track record on sanctity of life issues, traditional values and conservative tax and fiscal policy. I encourage all Oklahomans to attend one of these two events, meet Mike Huckabee and hear what he has to say first-hand,” said Pruitt.

Former Oklahoma City mayor Kirk Humphreys, who is Huckabee’s state finance chairman said, “As governor, Huckabee cut taxes where he could and made good use of the revenues he had to improve roads and education in Arkansas. That is the kind of common sense leadership the country needs right now.”

Huckabee’s Friday, Feb. 1 schedule is as follows:

  • 8:45 am to 9:45 am: Public rally at Coaches Restaurant, Bricktown
  • 9:45 am to 10:15 am: Media availability, 2nd Floor West Lobby to Suites – AT&T Bricktown Ballpark
  • 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm: Tulsa rally – Tulsa Int'l Airport
  • 1:15 pm to 1:45 pm: Media Availability – Tulsa Int'l Airport

Parking for the Oklahoma City event will be available at the RedHawks East parking lot across from Coca-Cola Event Center on Joe Carter.

Huckabee supporters will also have an opportunity to gather Huckabee campaign materials and literature for distribution prior to Tuesday’s primary election.

For more information about Mike Huckabee's candidacy, visit

Come and see YOUR candidate, Mike Huckabee, in person!


Update: Here's a photo from the Tulsa event:

Left to right: Gov. Huckabee, Mary Cutright, William Grayson, Scott Pruitt

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Monday, January 28, 2008

The Latest

Sorry for the extended absence. Busy, busy, busy!

Mike Hickabee since early January:

  • Impressive 3rd place finish in New Hampshire
  • Impressive 3rd place finish in Michigan
  • Close 2nd in South Carolina
  • Endorsed by Duncan Hunter
  • Endorsed by AZ and AR Right-to-Life
  • Continued Fundraising succes
Super Tuesday is right around the corner. Our state of Oklahoma votes in the massive tsunami of states on February 5th. What will you do to get Mike Huckabee elected?

Join any one of these outstanding Huckabee Meetup groups!

Tulsa Meetup
OKC Meetup
OKC Metro Meetup
Muskogee Meetup
Bartlesville Meetup
Edmond Meetup
NSU Meetup
ORU Meetup
UCO Meetup
Baptist for Mike (Broken Arrow) Meetup

On another note; I'm looking for any Oklahoma Huckabee supporters that are willing to join the OKforHuckabee team. If you think you might want to, shoot me an email.

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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Another Oklahoma Poll

This poll just confirms that Oklahoma Likes Mike!

Oklahoma Republican Presidential primary

"If the Republican Presidential primary in your state was held today, and you were standing in the voting booth and had to choose, for whom would you vote?"

Mike Huckabee: 39.5%
John McCain: 18%
Fred Thompson: 10.4%
Undecided: 10%
Rudy Giuliani: 9.5%
Mitt Romney: 8.9%
Ron Paul: 2.2%
Duncan Hunter: 1.8%

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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Victory in Iowa!

Mike Huckabee: 34%
Mitt Romney: 25%
Fred Thompson: 13%
John McCain: 13%
Ron Paul: 10%
Rudy Giuliani: 4%
Hunter/Keyes/Tancredo: 1%


Barack Obama -- 38%
John Edwards -- 30%
Hillary Clinton -- 29%


Not only did Huckabee wins Iowa by a large margin, but the online fundraising just e-x-p-l-o-d-e-d!

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Huckabee Names Kirk Humphreys as Oklahoma Finance Chair

Mike Huckabee Names Former OKC Mayor Kirk Humphreys Finance Chairman in Oklahoma

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --

Former Arkansas Governor and Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee has named former Oklahoma City Mayor Kirk Humphreys to lead his finance operation in Oklahoma.

Kirk has a wealth of experience in the business sector and was an outstanding leader for the people of Oklahoma City, Governor Huckabee said. He will be a great asset to my Oklahoma organization as I look forward to campaigning throughout the state.

Humphreys was elected Mayor of Oklahoma City in 1998 and re-elected in 2002. Under his leadership, the city completed historic urban renewal projects which resulted in $2 billion of private investment in downtown Oklahoma City.

For months I was perplexed by the field of presidential candidates, it was difficult to get excited about any of the front-runners, Humphreys said. I knew Mike Huckabee was a man of faith and a solid conservative. I decided to back Mike because he believes the way I do on important issues, and eloquently expresses those beliefs.

The Huckabee campaign continues to expand their staff and organizations beyond the traditional nominating states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

Now people across America are realizing that Mike Huckabee is for real, and he has become THE front-runner, Humphreys said. I look forward to helping Mike Huckabee as Oklahoma Finance Chair and urge all Oklahomans to join me in supporting Mike!

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