Tuesday, February 23, 2016
With "Super Tuesday" coming up next week, presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle are planning stops in Oklahoma.
Alabama, Alaska (Republicans), American Samoa (Democrats), Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Dakota (Republicans), Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming (Republicans) all vote on March 1st. 689 delegates are up for grabs on the Republican side, and 1017 are at stake on the Democratic side.
Bernie Sanders will be in Tulsa on Wednesday afternoon. Details and tickets here.
Marco Rubio will be in Oklahoma City on Friday afternoon. Details and tickets here.
Donald Trump will be in Oklahoma City on Friday evening. Details and tickets here.
Congressman Jim Bridenstine told KFAQ that Ted Cruz will be in Tulsa on Sunday (no details have been announced yet). UPDATE (2/24): Cruz will make stops on Sunday in Tulsa (12:30pm), Oklahoma City (4pm), and Lawton (7:30pm).