FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 22, 2015

HOW TO STOP D.C.:  JOIN THE CONVENTION OF STATES PROJECT – A CONSTITUTIONAL TOWNHALL IN TULSA, OKLAHOMA

Hosted by:  Michael Farris with Special Guest Senator Tom Coburn

Oklahomans: Get D.C. out of OK! Come hear first-hand, from one of America’s conservative heroes about the solution to rein in the federal government

TULSA, OKLAHOMA, March 16, 2015 — The Convention of States Project is pleased to announce a Constitutional Town Hall event in Tulsa, OK.  Hosted by Michael Farris and special guest, former Oklahoma State Senator Tom Coburn on March 23, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in Jenks, OK.

Join us for an exciting discussion on an Article V Convention of the States – the best way to stop the runaway federal government and keep D.C. out of Oklahoma. A Convention of States allows the people – acting through their state legislature – to propose constitutional amendments that limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government, impose term limits on federal officials, and force Congress to be fiscally responsible.

“I have spent enough time in our Nation’s Capital to know that the federal government will never limit its own power,” explains Senator Coburn. “That is why I am now dedicating myself to promoting this historic effort across the nation. I am urging our state representatives to use the tool our Founding Fathers left to them for such a time as this.”

Sen. Coburn and Michael Farris will give brief presentations, followed by a question and answer session.

When:  March 23, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.

Where:  Jenks Performing Arts Center – 205 E. B Street, Jenks, OK 74037 (Off Birch and F Street)

 

About the Convention of States Project

The Convention of States Project is currently organized in all 50 states, including hundreds of thousands of volunteers, supporters and advocates committed to stopping the federal government’s abuse of power. We stand ready with 32 Prime Sponsors to pass this year and plan to meet the 34 state requirement by the end of 2015. For more information visit www.ConventionofStates.com.