Tuesday, April 25, 2017

OCPAC endorses Tressa Nunley in HD75 special election


Oklahoma’s Premier Conservative Group Endorses Tressa Nunley 
in House District 75 Special Election

Oklahoma Conservative PAC members interviewed candidates for the Oklahoma State House District 75 - Special Election for Broken Arrow and Tulsa voters. The contested Republican primary is coming up quickly on Tuesday, May 9th.

John Michener, the President of OCPAC, released the following statement:

“After a survey and interview process, OCPAC members voted overwhelmingly to endorse Tressa Nunley for Oklahoma House District 75.  We were impressed with the way she articulated fiscal conservatism and the need to champion liberty.  Citizens in Broken Arrow and Tulsa should feel good about voting for Tressa to defend their interests at the Capitol.”

Tressa Nunley expressed her appreciation for the endorsement, stating, “I am grateful for the time given by this great group of Oklahoma conservatives to meet me, share ideas, ask tough questions on relevant topics, and to discuss workable solutions for the challenges facing our state.  I have spent my 25-year business career making decisions based on my Christian, conservative principles, and that track record shows that I am committed to earning trust and delivering on promises. I look forward to working together with all to find answers and place Oklahoma on the right fiscal track while standing for conservative, constitutional principles.

Tressa Nunley is a successful businesswoman and Realtor serving her hometown community. A lifelong Tulsan, Nunley graduated from Nathan Hale High School, and the University of Oklahoma with a Business Administration degree. She and her husband Marc are active members of Tulsa Bible Church and have four granddaughters, two in Oklahoma who attend local public schools and two who live in Hawaii where their parents are serving in the U.S. Army.

For more information on Tressa Nunley, please visit her website at www.TressaNunley.com or on Facebook at Tressa Nunley for State Representative.

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