OKR3publicans Endorse the Conservative RJ Harris in CD04

Press Release for Immediate Release

Subject:  Oklahoma R3publicans Endorse RJ Harris  for Congress in CD04


“The choice in District 4 was obvious,” noted Sandra Crosnoe for Oklahoma R3publicans,  ”RJ Harris is the only Constitutional, limited government candidate in the race. Harris’ understanding of the proper role of government and his ability to articulate core principles is among the most solid I’ve seen in my many years in politics,” Crosnoe went on to say.

Harris stands head and shoulders above his incumbent opponent in the race. His love for Oklahoma, his honorable nature, and commitment to family are apparent to all who know him. His many years of service both to Oklahoma and our country, which include two active tours of duty overseas, are further evidence of a steadfast character.

RJ Harris has been actively involved in the Republican party and is clearly committed to the restoration of the republic. Through his speeches at rallies and events, Harris has been leading the way back to the Constitution and the proper role of government.  His proven character, ability to commit and persevere in difficult circumstances, and his thorough knowledge are exactly what is needed in the U.S. Congress, right now.

OKR3s urge District 4 voters to carefully consider their Congressional vote in the upcoming July 27 primary. There are only two candidates on the ballot and the winner of the primary will be the next U.S. Congressman for Oklahoma’s 4th District.

RJ Harris’ website contains additional information on issues and events.  He can be contacted via email to contact[at]rjharris2010[dot]com .

Sandra Crosnoe serves on the policy board for R3publicans and can be reached via email to sandiec99[at]hotmail[dot]com. R3publicans participate with other groups in Oklahoma to provide timely information via OKgrassroots online.

Oklahoma R3publicans are working to restore the republic in the Republican party in Oklahoma. Our state is one of the “reddest” in the nation and we are pleased to be a part of that dynamic.  R3s are grassroots, philosophically constitutional people of principle actively working to inspire Republicans to positive action.  We believe that powers not expressly delegated to the federal government are reserved to the states and to the people.  Our efforts across Oklahoma are focused on limited constitutional government.

For the Win in 2010 Series Note: This is third in a series of endorsements to be released by Oklahoma R3s. It is worth noting that many people working to restore the republic have been involved in all phases of the primary season and are working hard to elect people with constitutional limited government principles, so in one sense this is a formal way of letting everyone know who we have been helping and working with this season.

originally posted July 21, 2010 @12:00

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About SCrosnoe

I serve as a watchmen on the wall. In that effort, I have been a grassroots activist for over thirty years (first in Texas and now in Oklahoma). I am a conservative, limited government freedom lover. I am a co-founder of R3publicans or R3s –- we are Republicans working to Restore the Republic. I live in Bartlesville Oklahoma.
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