Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Former State Sen., MWC Mayor Jack Fry endorses Bice for Congress


Former State Senator and Midwest City Mayor Jack Fry Endorses Stephanie Bice for Congress 

OKLAHOMA CITY (Sept. 10, 2019) - The Bice for Congress campaign today announced that former State Senator and Midwest City Mayor Jack Fry has endorsed conservative Republican leader Stephanie Bice to become the next representative of Oklahoma’s Congressional District 5.

“I’m grateful to have earned Jack’s endorsement,” Bice said. “He epitomizes the very best of public service, both in his role as former mayor of Midwest City, as well as in the Legislature. I worked with Jack in the State Senate, and it was a privilege to stand with him then, as it is now.”

“I know Stephanie will be a bold and effective leader in Congress because she’s demonstrated a commitment to service and her community,” Fry said. “I’ve watched how hard working and focused she is in the State Senate, and I know she’ll continue that same drive as our next representative.”

“Stephanie gets results, does her homework, and is always well prepared,” Fry said. “I can’t think of anyone better to represent us.”

Bice, a two-term state Senator, is a pro-life conservative. She supports securing our nation’s borders and reforming America’s broken immigration system. Just like she has as an Oklahoma State Senator, Stephanie will focus on cutting government spending and reining in regulations that make it difficult for the private sector to create the jobs Oklahomans need.

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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