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When the public stops to compare the records of the candidates, they will see that Edmondson has done far more for the State of Oklahoma than any of the other candidates. For example, Water is one of Oklahomas most important resources. Edmondson is the only state office holder I am aware of who has made an all-out effort to clean the polution out of our rivers and streams to make them safe for recreation and as a source of good drinking water. All politicians talk, but Edmondson performs well on all levels. Republicans came close to wrecking the entire world economy and left millions jobless, homeless, and desperate. Drew Edmondson cares and offers a more trustworthy, experienced leadership. There are no buts about it. gibson@tah-usa.net


Lt. Governor Askins is more qualified than any candidate. Having served in all branches of Government her perspective is unique and that equals quality leadership. Edmondson has let a lot of Oklahomans down with the water rights issue, particularly on Southeastern Oklahoma -losing to Texas. Jari is more traveled and is well liked by all she encounters. She has been a remarkable Lt Governor and will move Oklahoma forward and has the energy and vitality to beat Fallin.


Edmondson has been around longer, is a better candidate and I believe will win the nomination for the democrats. Hes got a great quality about him that people like, and while I love jari [and I really do, she is a wonderful lady, and cant meet someone nicer than Jari]. I will pull for Edmondson.

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