October 29, 2012

Grady County TEA Party to meet Thursday

The Express-Star

CHICKASHA — State questions will be discussed along with retaining or rejecting state judges when the Grady County TEA Party meets Thursday, Nov. 1, at 6:30 p.m., at Canadian Valley Technology Center, 1401 Michigan in Chickasha. 


Mallory Harvey, who leads the Norman TEA Party, will present information concerning the state questions.   Mallory has a PHD in Adult Communications and has been in public education. She is very involved in supporting conservative candidates, working to ensure secure elections, and upholding the Constitution. Derrick Keeling will discuss the electoral college.  Keeling has a Masters from the University of Oklahoma.  He does extensive research on current issues and people.  He is from Chickasha.


Everyone is invited to attend and bring a friend.  For more information contact Joyce at 320.0028.