Thursday, January 19, 2012

Faught invites voters to submit questions

George Faught Invites Voters to 'Join the Conversation'
Asks voters of the 2nd District to share the issues that are most important to them

(Muskogee, OK)  George Faught, candidate for U.S. Congress in Oklahoma’s 2nd District, announced the launch of a “Join the Conversation” initiative on his website and social media.

Faught is inviting District 2 voters to have their voice heard during an upcoming Rogers State University Republican Congressional Candidate Debate held on January 31st at 7:00pm and broadcasted live on RSU Public TV.

During the second round of questions, each of the six candidates will be asking another hopeful a question. “While I could try to stump another candidate with a ‘gotcha’ question, I believe that the voters of the 2nd District deserve better. The future of our country is at stake, and we should be serious about finding real solutions to the problems,” Faught said.

“The purpose of this debate is to allow you, the voter, to get to know each of the candidates’ stand on the issues important to the 2nd District and the state of Oklahoma so that you can pick the person whom you can trust to represent your values in Washington, D.C.”

“So, I’m asking you – not the politicians or pundits – to send me your thoughts and questions that you want to see addressed at the debate.  I want to ask a question about an issue that is important to the constituents of the Second District.”

“I encourage you, the voters of the 2nd District, to click ’Join the Conversation’ on or my Facebook page, and fill out the form provided to submit your questions, concerns, and comments for the January 31st debate.”

In other recent news from the campaign, Faught announced his opposition to the SOPA/PIPA legislation in Congress, and is holding a 'Bluejeans and Bluegrass BBQ' fundraiser in Muskogee this evening. Click here for more details about the event.

Longtime owner and operator of a successful carpet cleaning business, Rep. Faught lives in Muskogee with his wife, Becky, and is the father of three grown children - all born and raised in Muskogee. You can learn more about George and his campaign by visiting his website, and by following him on Twitter and Facebook.


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