Independent Presidential Candidate Jade Simmons Visits Oklahoma to Raise Awareness & Meet Supporters
Jade Simmons & VP Running Mate Claudeliah Roze, listed on the Oklahoma ballot, spend time in Tulsa & Broken Arrow sharing their vision, understanding citizens' concerns, & serving the OK communities
By: Operation Restoration 2020
Oklahoma is one of two states where Simmons and Roze's names will be listed on the state ballot. They will be there Friday, October 23rd through Sunday, October 25th for several special events, as well as media opportunities. They will also be out meeting the people of Oklahoma to let them know that there is another option on their ballot and a candidate who is offering a fresh voice and new era of leadership for America. To schedule an interview with Jade Simmons and/or Claudeliah Roze, please contact marycristin@
Friday, October 23rd: Local school visit in Elgin & Supporters Dinner in Midwest City
Saturday, October 24th: Black on Black Respect March (https://allevents.in/
Sunday, October 25th: Worship Service (Cedar Ridge Christian), Supporters Lunch, & Concert in Broken Arrow (The concert is free and open to the public and will be held at Saied Music Company (9320 E. 71st Street, Tulsa, OK, 74113). Doors open at 4:00pm.)
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To learn more about Jade Simmons and the Operation Restoration Movement visit www.operationrestoration2020.com.
Operation Restoration - The mission of Operation Restoration, the campaign of Jade Simmons, is to 1) to restore the United States of America to its' God-given identity of being a unified nation, that honors God and serves ALL people, 2) to strip away the dysfunctional practices of divisive politics and bring forth a new lane of leadership that prioritizes people over profit, political games, and personal agendas and 3) to give voice to the voiceless and the "muted middle" – those individuals that don't fully agree with the left side or the right side but believe there is a place in the middle where we can honorably meet and find common ground on the issues that matter to our country.
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