Sunday, April 15, 2012

Jason Carini for House District 23


Jason Carini files for Oklahoma House District 23
Catoosa resident and small businessman wants to promote smaller and more transparent government.

Catoosa, OK --  Jason Carini, small business owner and Vice Chair of Rogers County Republican Party, has announced his campaign for Oklahoma State House District 23 [note: this is the late Rep. Sue Tibbs' district].  House District 23 includes portions of Wagoner, Tulsa and Rogers counties, and incorporates the cities of Tulsa, Catoosa, and Verdigris.  A big believer in smaller government, Carini said, “I believe that government should create an environment that encourages business growth.  I also support the current legislature’s effort to end the state income tax and let citizens keep their own money.”  

Carini was home educated through high school and graduated in 2006 from Patrick Henry College in Virginia with a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy.   He and his brother co-own Green Country Mowing, founded in 2009.  Carini has previously worked and volunteered for numerous conservative organizations and campaigns, getting his start with Dr. Tom Coburn’s 2004 Senate race.  Jason and his wife Jessica live in Catoosa and are expecting their first child in June.

To learn more, please visit www.JasonCarini.com.


I have known Jason for many years, and can personally vouch for his character and conservatism. In a time when practically all Republican candidates and elected officials claim the title 'conservative', fewer actually deserve it. Jason has been dedicated to the conservative cause since before he could vote, and has proven that commitment through his involvement with grassroots organizations and campaigns over the years. His hard work has been evident not only in his political involvement, but also in building his business.

The residents of House District 23 won't find a better man for the job, and the state will benefit if Carini is successful in his bid. With the GOP in complete control of state government, we must elect principled statesmen who will work to cut the size of government, protect individual liberty, and defend our Judeo-Christian values. Conservatives across the state would do well to support Jason's efforts.

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