TULSA, OK – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is looking to head to Tulsa early next month for a fundraising stop.
Chairman of the Oklahoma Democratic Party Mark Hammons said Friday that Clinton would attend a fundraiser on December 11 at the home of Tulsa philanthropists George and Cookie Kaiser.
Hammons said discussions are underway with the Clinton campaign to have the former secretary of state to attend a public event in Tulsa, but nothing has been confirmed.
Vice President Joe Biden visited Tulsa last week for a private fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee.
Clinton has raised about $141,000 in Oklahoma in her bid for the Democratic nomination, according to the Federal Election Commission records. Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has raised the most in Oklahoma, with $195,000, followed by Ben Carson at $177,000 and Ted Cruz with $160,000.