Hundreds of Oklahoma ministers announce support for James Lankford
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Published: 19-Jun-2014

Hundreds of Oklahomans working in ministry are supporting James Lankford as a man of integrity who has proven he will carry Christian values to Washington.

“My family and I felt a clear calling to serve Oklahoma families in the United States Senate,” Lankford said, “We are humbled by the overwhelming support from my fellow partners in prayer and ministry. These ministers are pillars in their communities and exemplify core Oklahoma values.”

Over two hundred pastors, youth pastors and Oklahomans in all roles in ministry from every corner of the state are coming out to support Lankford.

"Our country is in need of courageous, faithful leaders like James Lankford who daily live out biblical principles. I have worked alongside James and can vouch for the integrity and character he will bring to the United States Senate. James makes his faith the priority and sets the standard, not only in politics but also in everyday life." --Marvin Kehl, Seminole

"James Lankford not only 'Loves God and Loves Others' but also loves serving our great country. With his conservative Christian views, we need him in Washington." -Holden McCrackin, Duncan

“I'm voting for James Lankford because I know James. For nearly 20 years, he has served the people of Oklahoma. He leads with wisdom, integrity and skill. He inspires people. We need his influence in the U.S. Senate." - Chad Balthrop, Owasso
 
In addition to these ministers, Lankford has also been endorsed by numerous industry leaders in energy, agriculture and transportation as well as being supported by 17 State Senators, over 50 Oklahoma veterans and dozens of Tulsa area business leaders.

The following Oklahomans in ministry have publically endorsed James Lankford:
 
Aaron Lokey, Ardmore; Aaron Meyers, Ada; Aaron Mowery, Oklahoma City; Adam Meyers, Yukon; Al Christian, Lawton; Alex Himaya, Broken Arrow; Andy Harrison, Piedmont; Andy Wilkins, Enid; Angela Sanders, Deer Creek; Anthony Roe, Jones; Barbara Johnson, Claremore; Beverly Robertson, Mustang; Bill Hulse, Oklahoma City; Bill Oldham, Sapulpa; Bill White, Oklahoma City; Bob Ely, Oklahoma City; Bob Hancock, Muskogee; Bob Miller, Oklahoma City; Brad Aylor, Owasso; Brad Clay, Edmond; Brad Davis, Moore; Brandon Kalicki, Watonga; Brenan Fulton, Owasso; Brent Andrews, Owasso; Brent Hazelrigg, Midwest City; Brent Higgins, Tulsa; Brett Rogers, Oologah; Brian Burchfield, Oklahoma City; Brian Cates, Oklahoma City; Brian Grider, Mustang; Bridgette Tomlin, Tulsa; Bruce Ingram, Moore; Bryan Pain, Duncan; Buddy Hunt, Tahlequah; Cameron Whaley, Yukon; Carrie Oller, Oklahoma City; Chad Balthrop, Owasso; Chad Bronson, Grove; Chad Thompson, Inola; Charles Lillard, Edmond; Charles Womack, Oklahoma City; Chresten Tomlin, Tulsa; Chris Carlisle, Sweetwater; Chris Fields, Del City; Chris Justice, Lawton; Chris Neisant, Del City; Chris Wall, Owasso; Christopher Gray, Oklahoma City; Clay Parrott, Yukon; Clint Lawson, Choctaw; Courtney Bullard, Tulsa; Craig Eidson, Piedmont; Dan Barrick, Enid; Dan Link, Moore; Dave Dolphin, Yukon; Dave Watson, Newcastle; David Baker, Mustang; David Goff, Rattan; David Hodges, Moore; David Starry, Vandalia, OH; Deborah Burke, Oklahoma City; Dena Chitwood, Oklahoma City; Dennis Hooper, Cheyenne; Don Blankenship, Ft Gibson; Donetta Hunter, Woodward; Donna Emberton, Tulsa;Donnie Knight, Shawnee; Doug Everard, Mustang; Drew McElhaney, Laverne; Dustin Murray, Harrah; Dustin Stottman, Mustang; Emily Snook, Washington; Eric Carter, Miami; and Evan Dare, Sapulpa.
 
Also on the list of ministers were Gary Canfield, Seminole; Gator Thompson, Owasso; Gene Allen, Nicoma Park; Gene Moore, Hennessey; Hayden Dennis, Checotah; Heath Tucker, Sentinel; Jake Anson, Moore; Jameson Reynolds, Tulsa; Jamie Phares, Newcastle; Jared Blount, Purcell; Jared Lee, Chickasha; Jarvis Canon, Cushing; Jason Peck, Oklahoma City; Jennifer Barnes, Newcastle; Jeremy Freeman, Newcastle; Jeremy Goggan, Owasso; Jeremy Wallace, Tuttle; Jim Lehew, Moore; Jim Moss, Tulsa; Jimmy Crabb, Sentinel; Jimmy Tribble, Midwest City; Joe McKeen, Owasso; John Moles, Tahlequah; John Parker, Disney; John Wolf, Oklahoma City; Johnny Merrell, Sapulpa; Josh Pollock, Seminole; Josh Sharpe, Del City; Josh Shelton, Yukon; Justin Gammons, Moore; Keith Badgett, Mustang; Keith David, Owasso; Keith Haygood, Edmond; Kelly Goins, Tulsa; Kent Choate, Sand Springs; Kent Epling, Midwest City; Kent Jaggers, Altus; Kevin Martin, Cushing; Kevin Norwood, Owasso; Kevin Rainey, Bartlesville; Kim Bearden, Edmond; Kolby King, Owasso; Kyle Smith, Norman; Kyle Upton, Oklahoma City; Lane Taylor, Yukon; Larry Wetwiska, Oklahoma City; Licia Kinkead, Elk City; and Lola Allen, Edmond.

The list continued with Marcia Martin, Vian; Marie Pierce, Owasso; Mark Gains, Moore; Mark Mackey, Choctaw; Mark Price, Binger; Martin Voelker, Perkins; Marty Pierce, Owasso; Marvin Kehl, Seminole;  Matt McClure, Tulsa; Matt McGee; Matt Pollock, Seminole;Matt Roberson, Broken Arrow; Matt Snook, Washington; Michael Ballard, Jenks; Mick Hoggatt, Deer Creek; Mike Lehew, Sapulpa; Mike Lewis, Duncan; Mike Luster, Norman; Miranda Burcham, Coweta; Monty Priest, Oklahoma City; Natalie Rowton, Choctaw; Nate Rudek, Oklahoma City; Nathan Brumley, Idabel; Nathan Presley, Newcastle; Norman Flowers, Texas; Page Cole, Owasso; Paul Abner, Oklahoma City; Paul Colley, Choctaw; Paul Homsey Vawter, Oklahoma City; Paul Kersh, Edmond; Paul Sublet, Oklahoma City; and Pete Petree, Weatherford.
Also on the endorsement list were Phil Freeman, Lone Grove; Ralph Hickman, Cushing; Randy Davis, Oklahoma City; Rich Johnson, Broken Arrow; Rick Harrison, Henreyetta; Rick Longcrier, Miami; Rick Sowell, Choctaw; Rob McClure, Mustang; Robert Jackson, Oklahoma City; Robert Smith, Lawton; Rodney Fouts, Oklahoma City; Roger Reston, Anadarko; Ronda Pinkerton, Newcastle; Rusty Gunn, Sand Springs; Ryan Abernathy, Yukon; Ryan Fowler, Bixby; Ryan Willis, Oklahoma City; Ryan Young, Elk City; Scott Badgett, Mustang; Scott Carlson, Owasso; Scott Greenland, Claremore; Scott Kinney, Yukon; Scott McLaughllin, Oklahoma City; Scott Newton, Eufala; Scott Richards, Oklahoma City; Scott Watkins, Terlton; Shawn Caldwell, Spiro; Shawna Salkil, Miami; Sherri Smith, Seiling; Stephen Robison, Cushing; Steve Bullard, Tulsa; Steve Dennis, Checotah; Steve Hall, Piedmont; Steven Jeffrey, Oklahoma City; Sunshine Wilburn, Tulsa; Terry Howard, Seminole; Terry Rials, Oklahoma City; Thomas Brewer, Elgin; and Thomas Buchanan, Oologah.

And also: Tim Abel, Pryorl Tim Black, Chickasha; Tim Martin, Lawton; Tim Prock, Collinsville; Tim Richardson, Edmond; TJ Helling, Broken Arrow; Tobin Jackson, Oklahoma City; Toby Anderson, Yukon; Todd Sanders, Deer Creek; Todd Zimmerman, Norman; Tommy Woodard, Oklahoma City; Tony Mullican, Oklahoma City; Travis Flood, Lindsay; Travis Hampton, Midwest City; Travis Markes, Beggs; Travis Salkil, Miami; Trent Rhoads, Gans; Trent Smith, Oklahoma City; Tyler Neighbors, Stroud; Vernon Howard, Sapulpa; Vic Wood, Choctaw; Wade Burleson, Enid; Wayne Sissons, Oklahoma City; Wendy Pauley, Oklahoma City; Weston Dearman, Oologah; William Jenkins, Henreyetta; Zac Mason, Cache; and Zac Priest, Tahlequah. 

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