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Kendra Horn Announces Third Debate for Oklahoma’s Fifth District – On Wednesday, Congresswoman Kendra Horn (OK-5) announced the third debate of the general election for Oklahoma’s 5th District. The debate between Congresswoman Horn and her opponent will be hosted by Fox25, live on October 2O at 5:OOPM CT. Moderators will include Fox25’s Dan Snyder and Wendy Suares.

Kendra Horn Announces First Debate for Oklahoma’s Fifth District – Congresswoman Kendra Horn (OK-5) announces the first debate of the general election for Oklahoma’s 5th District, scheduled for October 8. The debate between Congresswoman Horn and her opponent will be hosted by OETA in partnership with Oklahoma Watch, and broadcast live statewide on OETA at 7:OOPM CT. 

Horn Campaign Releases Poll Showing Eight-Point Lead in OK-5 – Congresswoman Kendra Horn’s campaign released internal polling conducted by Normington, Petts, and Associates showing Horn with 52% and State Senator Stephanie Bice with 44% in the race for Oklahoma’s Fifth District. The poll showed voters view Congresswoman Horn with an 11-point net positive favorability rating, and Stephanie Bice with a net negative 3-point favorability rating. Additionally, Horn’s 55 percent job approval rating, clearly shows strength across party lines in a district that President Trump won by double digits in 2O16. These data confirm another poll conducted by GQR in late August which showed Horn with 51% of the vote. 

Kendra Horn Announces 2O2O Debate for Oklahoma’s Fifth Congressional District – 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.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Endorses Horn — On Tuesday, Congresswoman Horn received the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for her work advancing pro-jobs, pro-growth policies in Congress. Earlier this year, Congresswoman Kendra Horn received the Chamber’s highest bipartisanship score among the Oklahoma congressional delegation.