Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Pittman’s Campaign wins BIG in House District 99

Oklahoma City’s House District 99 voters sent a loud message to the community in the Run-election by electing Anastasia Pittman, former legislative staffer for the Oklahoma State Senate, by almost 60% making her the Democratic Nominee for State Representative in the General Election on Tuesday, November 7th.
After a two-week break to reacquaint herself with her family, Anastasia Pittman begin her own listening tour through out Oklahoma City by attending the first round of Neighborhood Association Meetings in the district.
She is a well-known community activist, and proved it by getting right back on the campaign trail on September 16th with volunteers who canvassed the neighborhoods 2 times per day.
Anastasia Pittman participated in “Let Justice Roll” on Tuesday, September 26th at the St. Paul’s Cathedral in Oklahoma City at 4 p.m. and on Thursday, September 28th in a Meet and Greet for Oklahoma City Public School Teachers at the McFarland YWCA located on N.E.16th Street & Martin Luther King Ave from 6-8 p.m.
She is an advocate for quality education, aging seniors, healthcare, Economic Empowerment for small and minority businesses, good paying jobs and public safety.

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