September 1O, 2O2O
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – On Thursday, Congresswoman Kendra Horn (OK-5) announced a general election debate in the congressional race for Oklahoma’s 5th District. The debate between Congresswoman Horn and her opponent will be hosted by News 9 (KWTV) and will air live on Tuesday, October 13, at 8:OOPM CT.
Congresswoman Horn released the following statement:
“I’m proud of what I’ve been able to accomplish for our state, from the Tenant’s Bill of Rights for military families to the new USMCA trade deal to helping Oklahomans and small businesses during the pandemic. Sixteen of my bills have been signed into law by the president.”
“Oklahoma’s Fifth District deserves a representative who can stand up to their party, who will show up for their state, and who can shake things up in Washington. That’s exactly what I’ve done and will continue to do. I’ve hosted a record number of town halls and was recognized as one of the most accessible members of Congress. This debate will be another chance to discuss the issues important to our communities. I’m the only candidate in this race who has consistently fought for our public schools and to expand access to quality, affordable healthcare. That’s a record I’m proud to run on.”
More live debates between Congresswoman Horn and her opponent are being scheduled for October and will be announced in the coming weeks. So far in 2O2O, Congresswoman Kendra Horn has held 31 town halls in Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional District. Congresswoman Horn was ranked by the Town Hall Project as one of the most accessible freshmen members of Congress for the record number of town halls she has held in the district.
Congresswoman Horn has been endorsed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and earned an A rating from the National Education Association.