Lamb Campaign Tops $2.7 Million; Includes Over $2.4 Million Cash-On-Hand; Support From All 77 Counties
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, October 26, 2017 – Oklahomans for Lamb announced today it finished the third quarter fundraising period with a total amount raised of over $2.7 million and more than $2.4 million cash-on-hand. The Lamb campaign added $625,000 in contributions during the third quarter which concluded September 30th. The
Lamb offers his plan for Oklahoma
Woodward News, August 31, 2017
The state of Oklahoma is in the mess it is because it failed to plan, diversify and it continues to trot out billions in tax exemptions.
“If Oklahoma was a business, Oklahoma, Inc., the Board of Directors would be looking to fire somebody. And
Lamb makes in stop in McAlester and talks economic development
The Pittsburg County Republican Women’s Club hosted an economic and community development lunch-and-learn last Thursday at The Venue in historic downtown McAlester.
The event featured guest speaker Oklahoma Lt. Governor Todd Lamb, who is running for governor and discussed topics such as infrastructure upkeep, the Oklahoma budget crisis and a
Lamb Campaign Surpasses 1,000 Donors
Oklahomans Embrace Lamb’s Proven Conservative Record
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, September 21, 2017 – Oklahomans for Lamb announced today more than 1,000 individuals have donated to the gubernatorial campaign of Todd Lamb, demonstrating both the breadth and depth of his support. Having in excess of 1,000 individual donors more than a
REP. STEVE RUSSELL ENDORSES LAMB FOR GOVERNOR
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – September 18, 2017 – Republican gubernatorial candidate Todd Lamb announced today he has received the endorsement of Fifth District U.S. Representative Steve Russell (R – Oklahoma City). The Fifth Congressional District encompasses Oklahoma, Pottawatomie and Seminole counties, including the cities of Oklahoma City, Edmond and Shawnee.
Lamb Wants To Reform Legislature If Elected Governor
Lawton Constitution Editorial Board, 09/03/2017
Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb says Oklahoma needs proven leadership with a vision for the state and thinks he can provide it as the next governor.
Lamb, in a meeting with The Constitution’s editorial board last week, said his track record including as a Secret Service agent,