After the Debates

Manager Declares Horn Won All Three of Them

Melinda Olbert, left, congratulates Kendra Horn after defeating incumbent Steve Russel to the U.S. House of Representatives, defeating incumbent Steve Russel at her watch party in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. (Sarah Phipps/The Oklahoman via AP)

The other night, Congresswoman Kendra Horn (Dem., Okla.) and her opponent, State Sen. Stephanie Bice (Rep., Oklahoma City), participated in the final debate in the race for Oklahoma’s Fifth Congressional District.

There were three debates between Congresswoman Horn and State Sen. Bice.

The Horn for Congress campaign manager believes his candidate won all three debates.

“There was only one candidate on the stage tonight, who was willing to talk about the issues and how they’re working to heal the partisan divide,” said manager Ward Curtin said afterwards.

“That  was Kendra Horn.”

“State Sen.  Bice was all politics,” he went on.  “It was all she could talk about.

“When it came to the issues that really matter – like what we’re going to do about health care and how we’re going to protect people with pre-existing conditions – it was Kendra Horn who brought the substance and bipartisan ideas to the table.”

“U.S. Rep. Horn was the only one to talk about her ideas for helping teachers and students during this pandemic and who’s committed to keeping public dollars in public schools,” the Horn for Congress campaign manager noted.

“Viewers could tell that  Kendra Horn is the one in this race who’s willing to put politics aside to get the job done for Oklahoma.”

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