Hofmeister Rallies Oklahoma Voters with Hometown Tour Bus 

In final push to November 8, Hofmeister will make 50 campaign stops 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate Joy Hofmeister will spend the final days of her campaign traveling the state on the Hometown Tour Bus rallying a bipartisan movement of voters to the polls. Beginning October 27th in Oklahoma City, Hofmeister will continue to share her vision for world-class schools, safe and healthy communities, and infrastructure for great jobs while crisscrossing the state. The tour will make more than 50 stops in 37 communities and 27 counties. 

Notable upcoming Hometown Tour Bus stops include:

Thursday, October 27 – United Indian Nations Warrior Up to Vote Rally – Oklahoma City

Friday, October 28- Hispanic Community Meet and Greet – Tulsa

Monday, October 31 – Guymon

Tuesday, November 1 – Rural Voices Town Hall – Cache 

Hometown Tour Bus stop dates and locations will be publicly released in phases and updates to the schedule will be shared at joyforok.com/hometownbus and on social media. 

“For many months now, we’ve met with Oklahomans in their hometowns across the state. We’ve gone from rural Oklahoma to the state’s biggest cities talking in coffee shops, living rooms, and backyards. And no matter where we go, we’ve heard common themes: Oklahomans want strong neighborhood schools, the freedom to make their own health care decisions, and opportunities for better jobs. The Hometown Tour Bus is about connecting with Oklahomans where they are and standing up together against the corruption and self-dealing that is holding our state back,” said Hofmeister.

Hofmeister’s campaign is powered by Oklahomans who know they deserve better than a governor who slings deals for a select few and neglects his responsibility to lead. Hundreds of volunteers have turned out across the state to knock nearly 100,000 doors talking with their neighbors about Hofmeister’s plans to strengthen schools and improve the economy for Oklahoma families. 

“We are energized by the Republican, Democratic, and Independent grassroots supporters who are turning out all over Oklahoma. We’re eager to meet their momentum on the Hometown Tour Bus and cheer them on to the polls,” Hofmeister continued.

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