Thursday, June 23, 2022

O'Connor endorsed by retired Air Force Brig. General, and by Garfield County Sheriff

US Air Force Brigadier General Ben Robinson Endorses Attorney General John O’Connor

Tulsa, OK – The momentum continues to build for conservative Attorney General John O’Connor as retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier, and former Secretary of Military and Veterans Affairs, General Ben Robinson proudly endorsed him today.  

Robinson knows firsthand that O’Connor supports the over 300,000 veterans and their families across Oklahoma and is proud to support him.   

“John O’Connor has always been there for our veterans, we know that we can count on him as our Attorney General, and I am proud to endorse him,” said retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Ben Robinson.  “Next Tuesday, I encourage everyone, especially our veterans, to vote for John O’Connor so he can continue fighting for Oklahomans.”   

“Our veterans and their families have sacrificed so much for our country, and I am grateful to have the support of retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General Ben Robinson,” said Attorney General John O’Connor. “As Oklahoma’s Attorney General, I will always look out for our veterans and their families to ensure they always receive the proper benefits they have all earned.” 


Garfield County Sheriff Corey Rink Endorses John O’Connor For Attorney General 

Tulsa, OK – With the momentum building, today Garfield County Sheriff Corey Rink endorsed John O’Connor for Attorney General.  

Sheriff Rink’s endorsement follows a long list of top law enforcement officials across Oklahoma who have endorsed John O’Connor.

“Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor is tough on crime and criminals, he stands with law enforcement, and I am proud to endorse him,” said Garfield County Sheriff Corey Rink. “With crime rising across the country, we need John O’Connor in office as he will make sure our criminals are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, which keeps our communities safe.”   

“I am thankful to have the support of Sheriff Corey Rink and so many other law enforcement officials from across the state,” said Attorney General John O’Connor.  “Our brave police officers and sheriffs risk their lives to keep our communities safe and I am grateful they want me leading Oklahoma as our Attorney General.”  


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