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June 22, 2014

THE PEOPLE SPEAK — Vote Robertson, let Mullin stay at home

I’m inviting you to join me June 24th for District 2 voices to be heard by voting for Darrel Robertson. He is the true conservative, a businessman, a rancher, believes in the Constitution and God.

If you want to know more, please visit his website. I have talked with Darrel and his wife and grandson. He is a plain no-nonsense person who sees the problems we face today but also has solutions. He will speak up and be our voice in Washington.

If you are undecided or don’t know please look at the record of Markwayne Mullin. He has only a 62 percent conservative voting record compared to Bridenstine’s 90 percent. He is not a leader but follows the establishment and his big money PAC’s. He is not running on his record because it is so poor, he won’t respond to or address the concerns we in District 2 have concerning the direction this country is going — instead he talks about his family and children and how he hates being away from them. Join me and vote for Darrel Robertson and let’s let Mullin stay home.

We need Darrel Robertson, a mature realistic man representing us in Washington who is willing and capable of doing the job he is applying to us for. Your vote counts please use it wisely. God Bless.

KATHERINE

HAZLEWOOD

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