Monday, June 13, 2022

O'Connor reminds voters: Drummond worked to defeat Dr. Tom Coburn

Gentner Drummond Worked To Defeat Dr. Tom Coburn

Tulsa, OK (June 13th) – Before he donated $1,000 to elect Joe Biden to the White House, Gentner Drummond gave $1,000 to defeat Dr. Tom Coburn. 

According to the Federal Election Commission (FEC), on September 10, 2004, Drummond gave $1,000 to liberal Democrat Brad Carson, who was running against Dr. Tom Coburn.

“Gentner Drummond is not a conservative, as he donated $1,000 to defeat Dr. Tom Coburn when he was running for U.S. Senate,” said John O’Connor spokeswoman Amy Wenham.  “The choice is clear: Gentner Drummond has donated to Dr. Coburn’s opponent and to Joe Biden, while John O’Connor is America’s most conservative Attorney General.  President Trump nominated Attorney General O'Connor to serve as a federal judge and he has worked tirelessly to defend conservative values including personally urging the Supreme Court to end abortions once and for all."


According to the Federal Election Commission, on Aug. 31, 2020, Gentner Drummond of Drummond Law in Oklahoma gave $1,000 to Biden for President. (FEC, 08/31/20) 

According to the Federal Election Commission, on Sept. 10, 2004, Gentner Drummond gave $1,000 to Brad Carson for Senate. (FEC, 09/19/04)

[Blogger's note: for more details, read my post Details on Drummond's Donations to Democrats]


  1. I remember Brad Carson. Now he is President of the University of Tulsa where I have two degrees.

  2. Tom Coburn was the only true Statesman and conservative ever from Oklahoma that I can recall in my 64 year history. Term limits should be the law, not a choice! Anyone who contributed to his opponent is my philosophical and spiritual enemy. Thanks for the information about Drummond.


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