Thursday, June 24, 2010


Congressional Candidate RJ Harris’ schedule this Saturday includes a variety of events likely to build upon the growing momentum of his campaign. Since the June 9 candidate filing deadline and increased focus of voters on the election, the campaign calendar has begun to fill.

“Voters recognize my name when announced at events,” notes Harris, “And their reactions are notably positive.” Campaign staff report a steady increase in the number of campaign volunteers in the past few weeks.

With this Saturday’s slate of events, Harris will have the opportunity to get his name and message in front of even more Fourth District voters. The day starts with an 8:00am speech at the Sooner Republican Assembly’s Endorsing Convention in Moore. This event is followed by the Oklahoma State GOP “Spotlight on the Candidates” event in Oklahoma City (speaking times to be determined).

Sooner Tea Party and Oklahoma Conservative Alliance have invited a number of candidates who they’re supporting to speak at the “Take Back America Block Party” event in front of the Ford Center. The list of speakers includes Gubernatorial Candidate State Senator Randy Brogdon and State Representative Charles Key. RJ Harris is scheduled to speak at this event at 1:03pm. Harris’ day concludes in his hometown of Norman at an Ice Cream Social at 5:00pm in Brookhaven Park.

Each event’s details are available on the “Events” page of the candidate’s website and on his Facebook page.

About RJ Harris

RJ Harris is a currently serving nineteen-year Oklahoma Army National Guard Officer, two-time Iraq War Veteran and U.S. Congressional Candidate for Oklahoma's 4th Congressional District. RJ has been activated for the Afghanistan surge but will be able to continue his congressional campaign. He is a University of Oklahoma graduate in Philosophy and a third year law student at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. RJ is a Constitutional Conservative Republican and a prominent leader in the nation-wide grassroots Liberty Candidate movement. He has appeared on Fox News' Freedom Watch twice with Judge Andrew Napolitano, before numerous Tea Party candidate panels and been the featured guest on conservative/libertarian talk-radio programs across the country.

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