Friday, October 08, 2010

Coburn Endorses Kuester for DA, Bennett for State House

U.S. Senator Tom Coburn, M.D. (R-Muskogee) has endorsed two more Oklahoma candidates.

John Bennett, State House District 2 (Sallisaw area):
Oklahoma needs leaders at the State Capitol who will work to reduce government waste, pass meaningful tort reform and hold all politicians and bureaucrats accountable to taxpayers. I hope the voters of House District 2 will elect John Bennett on November 2.

Brian Kuester, District Attorney District 27 (Adair, Cherokee, Sequoyah and Wagoner counties):

Dear Citizens of District 27,

Right now, there is an important battle taking place in eastern Oklahoma. Brian Kuester, of Wagoner County, is running for district attorney in District 27, which consists of Adair, Cherokee, Sequoyah and Wagoner counties.

The citizens residing in District 27 need a DA they can trust to prosecute dangerous criminals. They need to have confidence in the rule of law and the DA again. Brian Kuester is the man for that job.

Brian graduated from TU Law School with high honors, is heavily involved with his church, and has served as both a police officer and an assistant DA where he prosecuted dangerous criminals. He is well prepared for the job ahead and eager to return justice to the citizens of District 27.

We don’t just need another DA for these four counties. We need a new kind of DA. One who has a moral foundation, who lives out his beliefs, and who will use the office for the public’s good.

I offer Brian Kuester my full support and endorsement for DA. I hope that you will join me.

Dr. Tom Coburn

Bennett and Kuester join the coveted "club" of Coburn-endorsed candidates, some of whom are listed in this post.


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