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OCPAC ENDORSES KEVIN STITT
Kevin Stitt has not always pleased the conservative movements in Oklahoma. However, he has held steady on enough of the important issues, including the push for parental rights in education, that he has the endorsements of OK2A, OKHPR, and OCPAC. Find more on Kevin Stitt here.
OCPAC ENDORSES JOHN O'CONNOR
John O'Connor's role as Attorney General is vital for the future of the state. We need not only his strength to stand up to the Biden Administration's many unconstitutional political maneuvers but also his understanding of McGirt v. Oklahoma. He is the only conservative in the race. John O'Connor has the endorsements of OK2A, OKHPR, and OCPAC. In addition, he is endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List, a number of Oklahoma's County Sheriffs, Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, NRA, Patient Choice Coalition, Oklahoma Farm Bureau, Parent Voice, Purple Hearts, and others. Find more on John O'Connor here.
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
OCPAC ENDORSES RYAN WALTERS
Ryan Walters has, since his days as an Oklahoma teacher-of-the-year finalist. He was a history teacher and demonstrats a profound knowledge and appreciation for the foundations of the American Republic and understands the important role its Christian founders played. There is no stronger voice for parental rights in education than Ryan Walters!
The National Education Association (NEA) is the national teacher's union. The NEA promotes introducing kindergarten children to the LGBT agenda. They promote the racist ideology of Critical Race Theory (CRT), Diversity Equity Inclusion (DEI), and Social Emotional Learning (SEL). Public enemy #1 for the NEA is Ryan Walters! Thus far, they have committed just under $600,000 to smear Ryan in Oklahoma. They have not spent even half that amount anywhere else in America.
The NEA is not attacking either John Cox and April Grace. Both are loyal members of CCOSA/OASA, the superintendent unions who tell your legislators every year to vote NO on school choice bills that come onto the floor of the legislature. John Cox has been a member of CCOSA for more than 25 years and is its past President! April Grace is also a past-President of CCOSA.
According to the National Institute of Money in Politics, The Cooperative Council of Oklahoma Administration (CCOSA) PAC gave at least $96,100 to Democrat campaigns in Oklahoma over the past 16 years. More than that went to Democrat teachers (and NEA members) who changed their registration from Democrat to Republican so they could run for the Oklahoma Legislature.
Ryan Walters is endorsed by Governor Frank Keating, Governor Kevin Stitt, Senator Ted Cruz, and many of our legislators. Ryan Walters is also endorsed by OK2A, OKHPR, Americans for Prosperity, and OCPAC. Find more about Ryan here.
OCPAC ENDORSES TODD RUSS
Todd Russ has extensive experience in the financial marketplace. He has a degree in finance and an advanced degree from the University of Colorado's Graduate School of Banking. He has specialized training in Asset/Liability Management and Interest Rate Risk Analysis. He has been highly successful as a banker both as an owner and a consultant.
While his academic achievements are impressive, his staunch conservatism and devotion to his family and church are noteworthy.
His list of endorsements is too long to list. He has been endorsed by OK2A, OKHPR, and OCPAC. Learn more about Todd here.
COMMISSIONER OF LABOR
OCPAC ENDORSES SEAN ROBERTS
Sean Roberts has finished a stellar career as an Oklahoma Legislator and is the conservative's choice for Oklahoma Labor Commissioner. He has been endorsed by OK2A, OKHPR, and OCPAC. Find "Sean the Patriot Roberts" here.
OCPAC ENDORSES TODD THOMSEN
Todd Thomsen was a 12-year member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives. He was also a player on the 1985 National Champion Sooner Football team. He spent 30 years working with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He has the OCPAC endorsement. Find Todd here.
STATE AUDITOR AND INSPECTOR
Because there is a division in the conservative movement on the issue, there was not a call for an OCPAC endorsement of either Steve McQuillan or Cindy Byrd.