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Oklahoma Congressman looking for your opinion

Oklahoma Congressman looking for your opinion

Oklahoma Congressman looking for your opinion
Photo Credit: Russell Mills
Markwayne Mullin, July 5, 2012

Oklahoma Congressman looking for your opinion

Congressman Markwayne Mullin will hold  a series of Town Hall eventsthe  week of  February 18th – 20th 2013. This tour comes just weeks after a Town Hall tour that brought Congressman Mullin to 16 Counties in four days at the end of January.

 Mullin says he loves getting back to Oklahoma and visiting with the people in his district. “I want to be accessible and constantly seeking input from the Oklahomans I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to represent. I want to encourage active participation in these town hall meetings.” 

 “I represent the people in the People’s House. That means it’s also the people’s responsibility to stay in contact and stay engaged" Mullin continued.

All events are free and open to the public see a listing of the meetings below.

Monday February 18th 2013 



1st United Bank

102 East Main

Holdenville, OK


10:30 – 11:30 AM

Brandin’ Iron Café

8 S Main St.

Coalgate, OK


1:00 – 2:00 PM

Murray State College Ballroom

‪1 Murray Campus Dr.

Tishomingo, OK


3:00 – 4:00 PM

Madill Public Library

‪500 W Overton St,

Madill, OK


Tuesday February 19th 2013



Kiamichi Technology Center

1410 Old Military Road

Stigler, OK



Eastern Oklahoma State College- Student Union Ball Room

1301 W. Main

Wilburton, Ok



Dutch Treat

2201 N. Broadway

Poteau, OK

 Broken Bow

3:00 – 4:00

Pappa Poblano’s Mexican Cafe

‪1912 S Park Dr.

Broken Bow, OK


5:00 – 6:00

Kiamichi Tech Center

3205 NE Lincoln Rd.

Idabel, OK 74745


Wednesday 20th 2013



Historic Center

407 W. Broadway

Okemah, OK



Community Center

7th and Kern

Okmulgee, OK


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