Mick Cornett continued his campaign seeking to be the next Governor of Oklahoma with a two-day swing through the western portion of the state, taking him from Alva to Altus.

In all the trip consisted of stops in Fairview, Cherokee, Alva, Woodward and Altus, where Mick and the campaign hosted Town Halls, Meet & Greets, and visited local community events speaking about his vision for the future of our state. Check out some of the pictures below:


The Oklahoman was on-hand for a majority of the trip. From the article:

“… Cornett made stops in four northwest Oklahoma counties — Major, Alfalfa, Woods and Woodward — on Tuesday that were won by Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb in the June 26 primary… Cornett, who finished second in the four counties, said he was confident he could win them in the Aug. 28 runoff…”


And the Woodward News also covered one of the events:

“In what is turning out to be a tour for his entire gubernatorial campaign that will stretch past 50,000 miles, Mick Cornett and his wife Terri made a stop along the way Tuesday in Woodward at Big Dans Steak House to have a meet and greet with area voters. 

“The life-long Oklahoman is touring the state to get the word out on the reform platform for his campaign…”


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