Media Kit - Drew Edmondson for Governor Media Kit - Drew Edmondson for Governor
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Voters in Tulsa and Oklahoma City need to see that you can’t trust Kevin Stitt. He’s backed by the same corporate interests as Mary Fallin. His business record is filled with fraud and deception. He’s been banned or fined in 8 states. And instead of taking on the special interests, his budget plan would hike property taxes on you. Drew Edmondson has earned our trust to fix our state. He’s served as a teacher and prosecutor — and worked with Democrats and Republicans. Drew has an honest and responsible bi-partisan plan to turn our state around — without increasing taxes on Oklahoma families.

Voters in Tulsa need to see that with our state’s public education system continuing to fall behind, we need a governor who prioritizes fighting for public schools, students and teachers. But Kevin Stitt said he would veto the bi-partisan teacher pay raise, and he has no real plan to fix our schools. Only one candidate stood with our teachers and can be trusted to fix our schools: former teacher, Drew Edmondson. Drew supports pay raises for teachers so experienced teachers don’t move to other states, reducing class sizes and expanded pre-Kindergarten.

Non-college educated independent women under 60 need to read that only one candidate can be trusted to fix our schools — former teacher, Drew Edmondson. Drew supports pay raises for teachers so experienced teachers don’t move to other states, reducing class sizes and expanded pre-Kindergarten. Kevin Stitt opposed the teacher pay raise that was supported by Republicans, Democrats, and Independents [1]. Stitt opposed making new investments in our classrooms, and he’s offered no new ideas for how to improve our schools. Kevin Stitt would rather give us four more years of underfunded schools and education policies that hurt our children than do what’s necessary to make our schools work again.

[1] Tulsa World, 7/20/18