Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Lamb Campaign Unveils First Television Ad

Lamb Campaign Unveils First Television Ad
Primary Election - June 26th

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, February 27, 2018 – Oklahomans for Lamb unveiled today its first television advertisement in support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Todd Lamb. The 30-second ad focuses on Lamb’s experience as a United States Secret Service agent and how those lessons helped shape his approach to leadership.  During his USSS career, Lamb not only provided security to two U.S. presidents, but also investigated financial crimes in Oklahoma and across America.

“During my tenure in the United States Secret Service, I was required to not only have a detailed plan, but a contingency plan and a backup contingency plan,” Lamb said.  “There was not a day that went by that I did not know exactly what was expected of myself in carrying out my mission, whether it was protection detail or criminal investigation. Today, as a candidate, my RENEW Oklahoma plan is the only detailed plan that does not increase taxes or rely on gimmicks to fund core government services, and it is being warmly embraced throughout the state. When elected governor, I will execute a daily plan to advance Oklahoma across many spectrums, including education, the economy, corrections, public safety, human services and transportation infrastructure.”

Lamb’s RENEW Oklahoma plan focuses on five primary initiatives:

  • Reform Government
  • Education
  • Neighborhoods
  • Economic Growth | Diversification
  • Workforce

Oklahomans interested in learning more about the RENEW Oklahoma plan and the Lamb campaign may visit VoteToddLamb.com, telephone the campaign headquarters at 405.252.4289 or email info@VoteToddLamb.com. 



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