Turner Endorses Christiansen for Mayor


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Updated: 2/28/2013 10:13 am Published: 2/27/2013 4:15 pm


Former Tulsa City Council chairman Roscoe Turner announced his endorsement of Tulsa businessman and former council member Bill Christiansen for Mayor of Tulsa.

In a statement, Turner stated:

 “I have never before publicly endorsed another city candidate for office.  I would not be involved in this election if I did not feel strongly that if Bill Christiansen is not elected, the people of Tulsa will suffer. Now more than ever we need a Mayor that seeks to be a servant leader – not the city boss.  During his time on the City Council Bill had a great relationship with everyone he worked with.  He showed genuine concern for every part of Tulsa.  When he says he wants to a Mayor for all of Tulsa his words are consistent with his past actions."

Turner pointed to the recent city-wide defeat of the Vision 2 package as proof that the people of Tulsa are ready to stand up to the special interests and demand competence and accountability before supporting spending programs. 

Turner said, “Like the successful fight against Vision 2, I am calling on Tulsan's to get the facts and don’t be fooled by big money gimmicks.  We need to show up in record numbers and prove once again, the day has past when the select few can buy the votes of the people of North, East, West and South Tulsa.”

Christiansen stated, “Roscoe has a reputation for telling it like it is and standing up for the interests of Tulsans.  His confidence in me and our campaign is a great honor."


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