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Conservative Coager seeks to uphold traditional values

Conservative Coager seeks to uphold traditional values

Tulsa Beacon

This entry was posted on Thursday, May 13th, 2010 and is filed under Front Page Stories.

Republican Tim Coager wants to keep the conservative service record of Senate District 34 going strong and to stand against federal intrusion into the lives of citizens.

That seat is open because Sen. Randy Brogdon, R-Owasso, is running for governor.

Should the Republicans lose this seat, it might affect the GOP’s majority in the Senate.

“It would be a blow to pro-life efforts,” Coager said. “It would be a blow to education reform efforts. It would be a blow to lowering taxes on individuals and businesses as we try to become competitive with Texas, which pretty much dominates the area economically.

“If the Republicans lose this seat, it would be detrimental to freedom and liberty in the State of Oklahoma because Gov. Henry has shown that he is in the back pocket of the Obama Administration. He’s Obama’s boy. ”... FULL ARTICLE

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