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Republican Candidates for Governor Discuss Issues Affecting Oklahoma (Apr 29, 2006)
As the 2006 Oklahoma Legislative Session winds down, the election season is just beginning. In advance of the July 25th primary, the three Republicans running for Governor took part in a series of candidate forums over the past week. About 80 members of the Northwest Republican Club attended one of those gatherings on Monday, April 24th, at the Boulevard Cafeteria in Oklahoma City. The organizationís President, Tom Roach, led US Congressman Ernest Istook, State Senator James Williamson and Tulsa businessman Bob Sullivan in a wide-ranging, hour-long conversation about tax issues, workers comp reform and immigration, among other topics. KGOU broadcasts an edited version of the event.

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