Past Events

Senate Debate LIVE - Thursday June 9.

A live debate will be held in Tulsa at News On 6 at their Studio located at 303 N. Boston Ave., Tulsa. The debate will be broadcast live on both Channel 6 in the Tulsa area and Channel 9 in the Oklahoma City area.

The live broadcast will be from 7:00-8:00 pm, commercial-free, and moderated by Craig Day (KOTV), Amanda Taylor (KWTV), Alex Cameron (D.C. Bureau). There will not be an in-studio audience.

The five top Republican candidates (determined by polling), running for the US Senate seat being vacated by Senator Inhofe have been invited to participate in the debate. The five candidates, in alphabetical order, are: Nathan Dahm, Luke Holland. Markwayne Mullin, Scott Pruitt, and T.W. Shannon.

Tune in and listen to the candidates in their own words. Be prepared for the primary on June 28th

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Come be in a Parade!

ROOSTER DAYS: June 9th – 12th

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Please contact Tulsa GOP office (918-627-5702) and let us know you can walk with us. Wear patriotic attire and comfortable shoes. The walk is approximately 1 mile. Arrive between 3:00 - 3:30 to participate.

Oklahoma’s longest running festival has moved its dates to June but will still be providing families with great fun and entertainment at Central Park in Broken Arrow.

Tulsa County GOP needs volunteers to help with their booth (located indoors) this year which means AIR CONDITIONING! We will be promoting Republican candidates, registering voters, and selling merchandise. It is always so much fun to speak with voters. Contact the Tulsa County GOP office for more information on how you can volunteer. 918-627-5702

We also need volunteers to walk in the parade, Friday, June 10th at 4:00 pm. We will be handing out candy to the kids along the parade route.

Monday, June 20, 2022 @ 6:30 - 8:30 pm.

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Republican Candidates - Meet and Greet
Saturday, June 4   10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Invitation to Family Fun Day

Join us Saturday, June 4th for a fun filled day with family, friends, and neighbors. This is a great opportunity to reach out to Republicans in your precinct and invite them to be a part of the Party!

  • Ice Cream
  • Bounce House
  • Splash Pad
  • Food Truck - Wanda J's Next Generation

Bring your lawn chairs and let's have fun getting to know one another and while meeting and visiting with candidates

Saturday, June 4th

10 am - 4 pm

Hunter Park - 5804 E 91st St

(additional parking available at Fellowship Bible Church)

If you would like to volunteer for Family Fun Day, email:

Candidates please contact Glenda Mims for information regarding sponsorship and/or candidate participation.

Share the party with your friends and family on Social Media

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2000 mules

Election integrity is vital to free and fair elections in America. Dinesh D'Souza does an outstanding job in this documentary of exposing the voter fraud that occurred during our 2020 Presidential elections. True the Vote collected and purchased verified data. If you missed seeing it last week, you have another opportunity THIS Friday.

The Embassy Church is offering another showing of 2000 Mules this Friday, May 20, at 6:30 p.m There is NO CHARGE to attend this event..

Meet and Greet

The Republican Women's Club of Tulsa County is sponsoring a Candidate Meet and Greet, Thursday, April 21st, this is an evening you won't want to miss! There will be refreshments, cash bar and an opportunity to meet those running for Federal, State and Local offices! Over 40 candidates have confirmed they will be there! This is a great opportunity to get to know who's running for office. Maybe even find a candidate's campaign you would like to volunteer for.   Register Now

9.12 Project - Education Symposium
Saturday, April 23 - 8:30 - 4:00 pm

The Tulsa 9.12 Project is hosting an education symposium, Saturday, April 23rd, to provide information on many of the "hot topics" causing concern for parents today. Hear from experts from across Oklahoma discuss a wide range of educational topics that are in the forefront of the news. There is no doubt people are paying attention to what our children are being taught and recognizing we need to make changes to our current system. Speakers will pull back the curtain and shine light on the issues of what is being taught in the classroom, what is available in your child's library, and how our education tax dollars are being spent.

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