Could (R-OK) Larry Boggs be the Salvation to Rural Oklahoma? Urban Oklahoma Senators vs. Rural Oklahoma
At Oklahoma GOP event, republicans introduced to GOP Larry Boggs who’s running for Oklahoma State Senate seat 7th district. Democrat State Senator Richard Lerblance is bowing out of forthcoming election, so Oklahoma republicans in the 7th district appear to be backing GOP Larry Boggs to win that seat. BTW, there’s rumor that District 7 has been remapped to include parts of Hughes County.
Sometimes Oklahoma rural folks feel alienated & ignored by the urban state senators. It’s like Oklahoma urban senators give better treatment & a willing ear to the concerns of the folks who live in Oklahoma City, but forsake the rural folks who are all but forgotten, and have to accept the left-overs or nothing at all. The fix to this social disparagement is the root of Larry Boggs’ platform.
This GOP event was held in McAlester, OK on January 31, 2012 at Angels Diner (conference meeting room). Larry Boggs was introduced to the republican crowd by Oklahoma GOP State Senator Josh Brecheen.
Posted on February 4, 2012, in American Recovery and Reinvestnment Act, Conservative Blog Network, Livestock, Oklahoma elections, Oklahoma GOP, Oklahoma politics, Rural Water, Rural Water District, Stuart Oklahoma, USDA Rural Development grant and tagged J Paul Lane, Larry Boggs, oklahoma 7th district, Oklahoma elections, oklahoma gop, oklahoma republicans, Oklahoma Senator Josh Brecheen, Senator Richard Lerblance. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.