Friday, December 22, 2017

Cornett Super PAC being funded by Clinton bundler

A Super PAC supporting GOP gubernatorial candidate and OKC mayor Mick Cornett recently purchased $100k in television and digital ads in the Tulsa market, and a primary funder of the group was a bundler for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

Sue Ann Arnall, ex-wife of oil tycoon Harold Hamm, gave $200k to the 'Oklahoma Values' Super PAC that is supporting Cornett's campaign; only one other donor was listed on the last ethics report, and he gave $25k. She hosted a fundraiser at her home in September 2016 with Clinton's running-mate, Tim Kaine.

Arnall donated at least $169,500 to the Clinton campaign in 2015-2016, as well as $2,700 to Democrat Al McAffrey's 5th Congressional District bid.

The ad buy includes a commercial during the OU-Georgia Rose Bowl football game on January 1st. The commercial can be viewed below:


Gordon said...

We need a thorough background check on all candidates including their previous voter registrations and all financial supporters. The left is going all out to get their people elected and will use any method.

Example: Tulsa new mayor GT Bynum. I call him the sock puppet.
When he announced he was running for Tulsa mayor he was registered as a republican. The people on the stage included several local union leaders, and two far left past Tulsa mayors. It was immediately obvious he was a RINO but large financial support from the left got him elected. He is now the front man for the democrat agenda in Tulsa.

Don't let it happen to the whole state.

Gordon Randall