Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Former OKC Mayor Norick endorses Neese for Congress

Norick: “[Terry's] a conservative outsider who will protect our borders, advance President Trump's agenda, and won't back down from her Christian values.”

Oklahoma City, OK – Former Oklahoma City mayor, Ron Norick, is endorsing conservative outsider, Terry Neese, in the 5th Congressional District race. In a statement released today, Norick said Neese’s record as a fighter and job-creator proves she is “exactly” the kind of candidate Republicans need to beat Kendra Horn in November.

Former Oklahoma City Mayor Ron Norick said: “I'm endorsing Terry Neese because she's a fighter and proven job creator who knows how to get things done. As a conservative outsider, Terry will protect our borders, advance President Trump's agenda, and never back down from her Christian values. Terry is exactly who we need to beat Kendra Horn."

Conservative outsider Terry Neese said: “Ron Norick was a mayor who never failed to deliver for Oklahoma City taxpayers – and I am incredibly proud to have his endorsement. As the chair of his Oklahoma City Business Committee, I saw firsthand how he was able to tackle challenges to move our city towards the prosperity we enjoy today. Ron’s record as mayor is proof that government can be a force for good – we just need to elect the right people to office.”

Ron Norick is the controlling manager of Norick Investment Company, L.L.C. From 1987 to 1998 he served as mayor of Oklahoma City. He serves on two corporate boards, numerous civic organization boards, and is chairman of the State Fair of Oklahoma.


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