Oklahoma elections: Newcomer Jim Bridenstine credits voters’ desire for new leadership for his upset victory over U.S. House incumbent Rep. John Sullivan
Oklahoma Republican newcomer Jim Bridenstine, who has pledged to serve only six years if elected to the U.S. House, got tea party endorsements in his victory over 10-year incumbent John Sullivan.
WASHINGTON — Republican Jim Bridenstine discovered early Wednesday that raising money for a general election will be a lot easier than it was before his upset victory of incumbent Rep. John Sullivan.
Bridenstine said in an interview that he had been swamped with calls from people who had been “sitting on the sidelines” during his race against Sullivan. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Tulsa, also...
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