Photos by Bland Bridenstine in Tulsa, OK – by Jennifer Garcia in Oklahoma City, OK – by Karen Ann and Joy Collins in Lawton, OK
OKLAHOMA – Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz on Sunday made three campaign stops in Oklahoma for a final push before voting takes place on Super Tuesday, March 1.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) stopped in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Lawton to speak on why he is the best candidate for the highest office in the United States.
Each location had several guest who spoke to endorse or welcome Cruz into Oklahoma. Guest included Congressman Jim Bridenstine , David Barton and national talk radio show host Glenn Beck. As well in Oklahoma City Cathy Costello, Widow of late Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Mark Costello, sang the National Anthem for the event.
Each of the stops had large turnouts ready to cheer on their candidate Ted Cruz to cross the finish line on Tuesday. Tulsa had several thousand. Oklahoma City was filled to max capacity and in Lawton they had people they had to turn away.
Watch the Cruz campaign stop in Tulsa:
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