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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Hill accepts 5th District debate invite, applauds choice of Lankford as moderator


David Hill Accepts Debate Invitation
Hill applauds choice of Senator James Lankford to moderate discussion

OKLAHOMA CITY — David Hill, successful manufacturer and candidate for Congress, accepted an invitation to participate in a debate on May 29th hosted by the Congressional District 5 Republicans.

"Last week, we promised to appear in any debate, in any place, at any time, and we are happy to fulfill that pledge today," stated Abby Roesch, campaign manager for David Hill for Congress. "There are very real differences among the Republican candidates for Congress, and this will be a great opportunity to showcase how someone from the business world can better represent conservative values than those who have been a part of the political establishment," Roesch continued.

The debate will be moderated by Senator James Lankford and broadcasted live on local radio.


"I am honored that Senator Lankford will be hosting this debate," Hill said. "Senator Lankford is a great example of how someone from outside the traditional political world can be successful in elections, promote good policy, and never lose sight of the conservative values that led him to run in the first place."

"It is vital that Republicans nominate someone who can defeat Nancy Pelosi-acolyte Kendra Horn in November," Roesch said. "Debates like this will help voters understand who is best suited to both unseat Horn and stay true to conservative principles," Roesch continued. "We know David Hill will do both, and now voters will get to see that for themselves."

DeWayne McAnally, Chair of the Congressional District 5 Republicans organization, made the formal invitation on Tuesday morning, May 19th, and indicated that each of the four leading candidates have been invited to participate. The debate will begin at 6:30 pm on Friday, May 29th, and will last approximately 90 minutes in duration. The Congressional District 5 Republicans are still seeking a partner to televise the debate.

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