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Kevin Calvey running for OK. 5th Congressional District. We will be discussing Elena Kagan's congressional hearing and Pete Hagseth's testifying before congress. As a former state representative, Kevin was known as a strong advocate for conservative values. Kevin authored House Bill 1547, the largest tax cut in state history, which saves Oklahoma taxpayers over $400,000,000 each year. Kevin was named “Legislator of the Year” by the Disabled American Veterans. Kevin was also honored by the Oklahoma Rifle Association for his advocacy on Second Amendment issues. Kevin fought for pro-life legislation throughout his career. Kevin also received awards from the Oklahoma County Republican Party, the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy, the State Chamber of Commerce, and the National Federation of Independent Business. After leaving the Legislature, Kevin served his country in Iraq during the 2007 troop surge. Right after the start of the Iraq War in 2003, Kevin sought a commission in the Army National Guard at age 37, “old” by Army standards. Kevin’s mission in Iraq was to prosecute al Qaeda leaders and other terrorists in the Iraqi court system. Kevin was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for his service. As a member of Congress, Kevin will work to promote conservative, Constitutional free enterprise policies and to impede the liberal agenda being pushed by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Obama. Kevin is a member of the downtown Oklahoma City Rotary Club, Leadership Oklahoma, and Leadership Oklahoma City. He has taught a church youth class since 1996, except when deployed. responsibility, economic growth, and limited government; the Oklahoma Rifle Association, the state’s NRA affiliate.
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