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TS Radio Network: Tanya TalkS.. Wetumka..a little city in Olahoma #2

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Mayor Jackson has been invited on the show to discuss the matters discussed on this initial series. As well, and moving on to matters directly involving JJ”’s Mayorship and the revolving doors, his goals, his explanations in regard to concerns regarding voter fraud, electric, and more will be discussed-IF- the Invitation is accepted. Should he not be willing or able to participate, we will move forward with the meat of the matter this Sunday- and that is what the attention will be on; what can be viable to recall the election, if that is the case- and just what do the majority of voters want now.

-Do you have confidence in JJ? Why or why not.

- Do you feel the Wetumka is in a better place since Mayor Jackson was elected? Why/Why not

-Did your current Mayor represent himself accurately while campaigning?

-What promises are being fulfilled and what are not?

-What do you feel or know is unethical, non-transparent, questionable- if anything.

A rebuttal by Mayor Jackson to an article in The Hughes County Tribune has been forwarded to “Tanya Talks”. We’ll talk about the significance and your response to his.

We look forward to hearing from you. You decide what you’re ready to do and what’s the right timing for you. Listen tonight and send your information to: injusticeinoklahom@gmail.com

Follow pages “ Journeys To Justice” and “Injustice In Oklahoma Exposed” We might not be all that fancy, but we’re getting it done – isn’t that what REALLY matters…Tanya Hathaway is not an attorney and cannot and does not give legal advise. Neither Hathaway, TS Radio Network, 89.9 KLRB FM personally or professionally can be held liable for errors or misstatements. Tanya is an advocate, activist, public speaker, media member

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