Stillwater, Ok June, 7 (The Oklahoma Post) –
There’s a new candidate for US Senate this year. Jo Glenn (Democratic Party) is running for election to the U.S. Senate to represent Oklahoma. She is on the ballot in the Democratic primary on June 28, 2022.
Glenn is the former Chair (professorship) of the Tulsa Democratic Party. She’ll be in Stillwater this Thursday, June 9th at 7 pm to meet with Payne County Democrats at the Stillwater Public Library.
More than ever, we need change. One step is educating yourself and thinking outside the bipartisan spectrum. Also important is electing proactive and motivated politicians (regardless of political affiliation) into Congress that are committed to positive reform as opposed to those that have become complacent in their roles. US citizens are becoming more and more frustrated, many even scared, with all the violence and chaos happening not only in our nation, but worldwide.
It’s a great opportunity to discuss and learn what we as citizens can do to start enacting the change this country so desperately needs. We hope you’ll attend. Knowledge is power and change can start with you.
Glenn completed Ballotpedia’s Candidate Connection survey in 2022. Click here to read the survey
(Writing by Amanda Shores Oklahoma Professional, MA, Counselor; Editing by Robbie Robertson)
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