Thursday, July 11, 2019

Association of Oklahoma General Contractors endorses Bice for Congress

380 Association of Oklahoma General Contractors Across Oklahoma Endorse Stephanie Bice for Congress

OKLAHOMA CITY (July 11, 2019) - The Bice for Congress campaign today announced that 380 members of The Association of Oklahoma General Contractors have endorsed Stephanie Bice to become the next representative of Oklahoma’s Congressional District 5.

“I am thrilled to have the hardworking men and women of the AOGC endorse my campaign for Congressional District 5,” Bice said. “Construction employment in Oklahoma is at an all-time high, growing at more than 5% per year. It’s a clear sign that our state’s economy is strong and investment continues.”

Tim Duit, President of TTK Construction, headquartered in CD 5, said: "During some tough budget years Senator Bice helped make sure we stayed on track in fixing our state's roads and bridges. This is why I am proud to support her candidacy for Congress."

Jeff Allen, CEO Allen Contracting, headquartered in CD 5, said: "Senator Bice is one of the only leaders to actually come out and tour our job sites. I found her willingness to learn and help refreshing. I am happy to support her bid to represent us in the 5th District."

According to Bice, “The work of AOGC members to improve and preserve Oklahoma’s infrastructure continues to drive economic growth in our state.”

Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District is located in the central area of the state and includes a portion of Oklahoma County, Pottawatomie and Seminole counties.

Stephanie Bice is a fourth-generation Oklahoman and was elected to the State Senate representing District 22, which includes Yukon, Piedmont and parts of Northwest Oklahoma City and Edmond. She serves as the Assistant Majority Floor Leader and Chair of the Senate Finance Committee. Bice has earned a reputation as one of Oklahoma’s most effective conservative leaders.


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