OKLAHOMA – For the third time this year, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is coming to Oklahoma.
Cruz’s campaign announced that following the CNN debate in Las Vegas, presidential candidate Ted Cruz will participate in a fly-around tour of seven March 1 Super Tuesday states.
The “Take Off With Ted” tour will feature twelve rallies in twelve cities in one week.
“Our ‘Take Off with Ted’ barnstorming of the March 1st states will fortify our national organization and position us to win on Super Tuesday,” said Cruz Communications Director Rick Tyler. “We’ve always believed that the GOP primary calendar gives Cruz an early advantage so we have spent significant time in those states and have built an army of conservative volunteers to get out the vote just like the ones we have unleashed in the first four early states.”
Cruz will be in Tulsa and Oklahoma City on Wednesday, December 23.
TIME: 9:00 a.m. – Tulsa, OK (Free Tickets Click Here)
WHERE: ORU Mabee Center
7777 South Lewis Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74136
TIME: 1:30 p.m. – Tulsa, OK (Free Tickets Click Here)
WHERE: Oklahoma City Community College
7777 South May Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73159
Other stops on the schedule include Las Vegas, NV; St. Paul, MN; Richmond, VA; Atlanta, GA; Savannah, GA; Mobile, AL, Birmingham, AL; Knoxville, TN; Nashville, TN; Little Rock, AR and more.
Cruz made a summer stop in Oklahoma in August. He spoke in Oklahoma City, Bartlesville and Tulsa where he told Oklahoma voters they would be essential in his run for the White House.
Cruz had also made a stop in Tulsa in June to help celebrate Congressman Bridenstine’s birthday as well as do a private fundraiser for the Oklahoma Republican Party in Oklahoma City.
This story has been updated.